Home furnishings planning tool launches

A new planning tool to help home furnishings to life for the home has been launched by The Roost.

The Roost Visualiser allows users to design a room based on actual sizes, and reduce the risk of making costly mistakes of ordering items that do not fit or suit the space.

Customers can play with a carefully curated array of colours, flooring, soft furnishings, rugs, furniture, lighting, paint, artwork and plants and drag them onto a 2D mock-up to visualise the space in correct proportions.

The process works for new rooms where you need to start from scratch as well as an existing space where you may only want to explore new furniture or a different colour scheme. Once you’ve made your room choices, all items can be added to the basket for one simple checkout.

Will Plowden, The Roost founder, talks about The Roost Visualiser: “Designing a home can be stressful and time-consuming. I know first-hand how tricky it can be when you’re wrestling with colour schemes and product dimensions all the while trying to identify your personal taste.

“We live in a society that is so saturated with trends and an abundance of furniture and lighting brands, it’s hard to even know where to start. That’s where The Roost comes in, I wanted to help consumers turn a blank space into a room that they love, while also making sure the process was enjoyable. Not only that, but without breaking the bank for the service!

“With careful planning using our free, one-of-a-kind, Roost Visualiser, users can design a room based on actual sizes, and reduce the risk of making costly mistakes of ordering items that do not fit or suit your space.

“The Roost is all about offering a full shopping experience without the faff. If you’re looking for a second opinion, or to send a gift suggestion, designs can be easily shared with friends and family.”

The Roost is home to over 40 brands, from Graham & Green, sofa.com to Mustard Made and COAT Paints, as well as independents such as Pelican House, Hadeda, Kelling Home and Late Afternoon.

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