Design your space

Create your room in less than 10 minutes: thanks to our Simulator you will be able to do it clearly and intuitively. Try it out!

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Getting Started

When the Simulator finishes loading, it always shows a blank project: a simple square room with no tiles, fixtures and furnitures (yet).

The first thing you'll have to learn is the panel at the bottom of the page. It's the Mode Panel. Let's see what each mode is!

  1. Save Menu

    Pressing this button will lead you to a different screen where you can save the current state of a project so you can load it afterwards. If you want to save a project for the first time, enter its name in the field at the bottom right of the screen, then click "Save". This operation always adds a new item to the list. Every item can be loaded, overwritten or deleted.

    Loading and saving are very fast operations so we encourage you to use them even for keeping different "versions" of the same project, while you are working on it.

    You can also find a "New Empty Project" button that resets the app completely.

  2. Blueprint

    This is actually the same screen that shows when you first open the app. Here you can:

    • Move a point of the room perimeter pressing the left button of your mouse and dragging it
    • Delete a point of the room double-clicking on it
    • Add a point (i.e. a new wall) double-clicking on a wall, dividing it in two
    • Add furnitures, fixtures or perform other operations using the Contextual Panel on the left side of the screen
    • Pan the view clicking and dragging the right button of your mouse
    • Zoom the view using the scrool wheel of your mouse
    • Select an item (walls, fixtures and furnitures) clicking on it using the left button of your mouse

Always check the Contextual Panel on the left side of the screen to see which options and operations are available for the currently selected item. They are pretty much self-explanatory.

  1. Surfaces

    This section is the core of our Simulator. Here you can "paint" tiles on the floor and the walls (that we both define surfaces) of your room.

    When you switch to this mode, the Blueprint screen will shrink and occupy the bottom left corner of the screen. Its presence is very important because you have to click on it in order to select (and show) the floor or a wall of your room so you can edit it. For semplicity's sake let's focus on surfaces, but using the Contextual Panel you can also add fixtures (doors and windows) to the walls.

    You can apply one or more types of tile to the same surface.

    When you first select a surface, a new screen will open where you can browse our catalog and select a product. That product will be assigned to a new layer of your surface.

    When a single type of tile is not enough for the design you have in mind, you can add a new layer. Each layer has a different product assigned to it. While in Surface Mode you can see an additional panel on the right side of the screen. It's called "Tiles" and it shows the layers that compose the currently selected surface.

    Important: the order of the layers counts! Example: if you have two layers, the second hides the first if they overlap. You can change the order of a layer in the panel on the right, using with its arrow buttons.

    This mode has very simple commands:

    • Add a tile by left-clicking on an empty zone of the selected layer
    • Erase a tile by left-clicking on it
    • The above operations can be performed with a single click or dragging
    • Pan the view clicking and dragging the right button of your mouse
    • Zoom the view using the scrool wheel of your mouse
    • Select a fixture clicking the left button of your mouse. Click and drag to move it
  2. Overview

    Here you can see a 3D representation of your room! Rotate around clicking and dragging and use the scroll wheel to zoom. The contextual panel features some options to change the visual effects, give them a try!

  3. Summary

    You can calculate the exact amount of tiles that you used in your project and the relative costs per product at any given moment! Just press the "Update" button. When you're satisfied with your product choices you can press the Send to Basket button to automatically add those products to your shopping cart in this store!

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