A floor plan software is a tool using which you can create the layout of your or a customer’s home. This allows you to easily visualize the space and plan the interior design accordingly.
Depending on the line of work, you might need to draw a floor plan for a variety of reasons -
No matter what your exact need, there is a software available to create the floor plan that fits it. Here we look at the 5 best online floor plan software. A lot of the architectural and interior design software available for download also offer great tools for creating floor plans but they are typically harder to use for a beginner, require a paid version, and don’t offer the benefit of being able to access it from any device needed. So, if you just want to create a floor plan and maybe do some interior decorating, online software will serve all of your needs.
Floorplanner is one of the oldest online floor plan software. You can try a quick demo without registering. On registration, you get 1 free project. Floorplanner allows you to create a layout using walls, windows, doors, surfaces, etc. The floor plan creation is done completely in 2D, but you can switch to the 3D mode at any time to see the result.
Floorplanner has a basic catalog of generic objects which you can use to decorate the interiors of your house. It is one of the most widely used software in this category with more than 7 million registered users.
Price - Floorplanner offers one free project in their basic tier. Any project after the first free project costs $4.99 each. Rendering is available only in the subscription plans, and not in the basic plan.
Infurnia is a new entrant into this space, having been live only for a year or so. You can register at Infurnia and get access to 5 free designs. Infurnia offers a very easy to use and feature-rich floor plan tool. You can create and edit your floor plans in both 2D and 3D. Infurnia is the only software on the list to offer smart rotation and assisted placement options, making it very fast and easy to design. You can render your view once you are finished designing.
With Infurnia, you get access to a large catalog of generic as well as branded furniture, as well as completely customizable furniture. Infurnia is also one of the few software which allows you to share your designs by creating a shareable web link from within the design.
Price - Infurnia offers 5 free designs for its users. 2 3D Renders are also available with the free trial. Infurnia doesn’t offer any per project options after the free trial is over, but the monthly subscription starts from $19.99 per month.
RoomSketcher is a more than 10-year-old software which offers you a lot of functionality in creating your floor plan. Unlike other software on this list, RoomSketcher doesn’t give you access to the full software in its trial version. You get a very limited set of features and catalog.
Like Floorplanner, you can only create the floor plan in 2D and then view it in 3D. RoomSketcher also offers floor plan creation services, where you can upload your blueprint or image, and they will create a floor plan for you.
Price - RoomSketcher has a free tier for its users with limited functionality. To create rich 2D and 3D floor plans, you need to get the paid version which starts at $49 per year
HomeByMe is another good software for creating floor plans and trying out different kinds of interiors. You can register to try the product for free. On registration, you get 3 free projects. HomeByMe also gives you the option to render your scene after designing.
Like Floorplanner and RoomSketcher, the floor plan creation and interior decoration features are limited to 2D, with the 3D view being available after designing. HomeByMe has its own community where you can discuss your projects.
Price - HomeByMe offers 3 free designs and 3 free rendered images on registration. After the free projects, you can buy more projects at $5.89 for 2 projects and more rendered images at $11.79 for 2 images.
Planner5D is mainly aimed at DIY enthusiasts and non-professional designers. Planner5D can be used on their website or through their Android or iOS Apps. Planner5D can be used to create visualizations of how your house might look after a remodel. Their trial version gives you access to a limited set of features and catalog, but there is no limit on the number of projects you can do.
Like Infurnia, you can design in both 2D and 3D in Planner5D as well. However, you have to be extra careful about the placement as objects can easily go inside each other. Planner5D also offers very limited customization options for the furniture added.
Price - Planner5D is free to use for designing but the free tool gives you access to a very limited catalog and no rendering. To get access to the full catalog as well as rendered images, you have to purchase both within their app. The prices are not disclosed before you start designing.
These are the best 5 online floor plan software available today. Each of these software gives you a lot of features and makes it easy to create floor plans without any prior expertise.
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