We have welcomed yet more designers to mydeco this week and with new designers comes lots of new rooms!
Here are just some of the newbie designs that have caught our eye this week:
California cool by mmart368
I can imagine sitting on the couch and gazing out at the ocean through those floor-to-ceiling windows. These windows are such a massive focal point, they really would benefit from a beach front scene or view of the winery… Follow these easy tips on adding windows and scenery from mydeco community member HeatherInWonderland.
With a splash of color this California cool 3D room will soon be beach house perfect!
gregory ross by gregoryevanross
This super-cool loft apartment is very slick and at the height of contemporary design:
I love how gregoryevanross has separated the living space into three clearly defined areas: kitchen, dining room and lounge. This is not only practical but fills the otherwise large open space, which could have looked rather vacuous. Great design tip Gregory!
I also love the use of stainless steel accessories in this open-plan room; it gives it that industrial look without feeling too cold and clinical.
Blue & White by amagend
This Blue &White dining room is one floral delight!
Ideal for afternoon tea, this feminine dining room brings a big smile to my face. The lavender blue painted ceiling and white furniture makes this room extremely soothing to look at, and I can imagine it smelling beautiful too! Great work amagend!
I see you’re already a Level 1 Designer on mydeco – congrats! To get to Level 2 I suggest you get out in the mydeco community and see who else is there. Every new 3D room you create and every designer you follow will get you 20% nearer to the next level.
For more advice on mydeco’s Designer Levels, look at our ultimate guide on becoming a top-level Designer.
Do you think you could knock these designs out of the water? Then show us your 3D tool design skills and you could be featured on our blog!
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