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Tiny House Design
Custom Tiny House 3D Remodel Design
Are you about to build a tiny house? Before you spend 10’s of thousands of dollars in building your new tiny home, you should see the design before it’s built! We transform hand-drawn sketched plans into detailed 3D designs that guides the building process.
WHAT YOU GET: With our 3D design service, you will get high-resolution digital designs in a 3d space, so you can see a more realistic view of your new tiny house. We will give you a series of the design images from different angles to show the design.
SAMPLE OF VIEWS YOU WILL GET: The typical design will come with 5-7 detailed and high-resolution images that cover different spaces and angels like top down views inside and outside the tiny house, inside the main living and kitchen areas, the bathroom, the sleeping areas, and any other speciality areas like a office or yoga studio nook.
DETAILS WE CAN COVER IN THE DESIGN: Basically, we show the design, materials, and layout of a space. We can show your tiny house project by including details like custom kitchen layout, storage solutions and shelving, bathroom design, sleeping areas, lofts, living areas, lighting, and any of the building materials you want to see.
Who can we work with: We collaborate with homeowners, contractors, engineers, handymen, architects, builders, etc. Basically, we are flexible and can work with anyone that has the ability to communicate what’s desired for the final outcome.
How long does the designs take: Once we receive the materials for the tiny house design, the typical turn-around is 4-5 business days.
How to get started: Click the “Buy Now” button and we will contact you on what we need to get started.
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We can show your tiny house project by including details like custom cabinets, refrigerators, freezers, wine racks, wine coolers, eat-in kitchens, bars, counter, backsplashes, open living room plans, reading areas, fireplaces, custom furniture, tables, sitting areas, lighting, flooring, and more.
3D Tools has a refined 3D Modeling service that is designed to help General Contractors land more jobs. We look forward to being part of your sales process by showing your incredible plans in a 3D Mockup!
3D Tools Design Process:
- Define Project Goal - Let us know the intent of the file and the final file requirements so we can provide the best renderings for your needs i.e. "Our 3D Design goal is to land a client kitchen remodel design project".
- Provide Project Details - This is the most important phase. Let us know what you know. Details needed are images and/or videos of the current site or area, details of what you want changed i.e. Stonemark Aspen White granite at Home Depot with the Blanco Alta Kitchen Faucet 440076 Nickel at Faucets.org, etc. You can even provide family pictures to have placed on the fridge for a personal touch. Please also provide dimensions like the size of the island or cabinets height and depth.
- Once we receive your details for the project, we will create a mockup sample for you to review. We will revise with your feedback.
- This final phase is where we provide the final 3D renderings of your custom project. These can have your logo and a watermark on them to make it appear that it came from your company.
Related 3D Design Resources for You! 🙂
In case you have more questions, we took some time to create some resources to help answer your questions and help you feel comfortable with us doing your new space design!
What to provide us for your new design
Contractors, engineers, architects, and even homeowners use our Design Services to show how a construction project will look like when the project is completed. This part of construction should take place before you start demoing as part of the planning and design stage. Learn about what you need to provide us before we start your 3D Design! Read More… [click here]
Why you need a 3D Design before you start construction
Are you about to start a construction project and want assurance that the contractor will actually achieve what your vision is? If so, you are not alone on this. In fact, most construction projects require a design to get client approvals, permitting, HOA approvals, and for team communications during the building phase. Read More…[click here]