Roomle is an online planning tool for drawing out floor plans and furnishing these plans with furniture, art and other items. Roomle is free to use. Users can start by drawing a floorplan of their own home or uploading a sketch of it. Users can also draft their furnishings into their floorplan to get a better idea of the flow and design of the room and easily make changes to that virtually to see if those are changes they would like to implement in real life. Additionally, Roomle allows users to collaborate on a room design with other users which is particularly useful for design teams or families who are away from one another. All of a users plans can be saved and stored onto their Roomle account. Roomle can also be incorporated into a user's blog or website as a unique and interactive offering.Show more screenshots »
Roomle is developed and maintained by the Austrian digital media company Netural. The managing director of the organization is Albert J. Ortig. Roomle was founded in 2009 and officially launched its Beta Roomle 1.0 version on January 26, 2010. Roomle has been featured on "American Digital Goddess" Kim Komando's site and MakeUseOf.com. Some design companies have announced a partnership with Roomle including Wohnnet.at and Planungswelten.
Roomle supports both 2D and 3D room visualization so it makes it easy to visually conceive of a room design, creation or simply an alternate design for an existing layout. Roomle's 3D Unity technology makes it easy to see a designed room from a person's point of view. Users can access Roomle without needing to register but they should register if they want to save their designs. Roomle offers a Wiki on their site that offers answers to many common user questions and improves the user experience. Roomle is pretty intuitive and they claim that it takes user just 5 minutes to learn to use this application.
Roomle is very well designed and professional looking. Their application is pretty intuitive and there are many ways users can customize their rooms and layout in a quick and efficient manner. There were no bugs, timeouts or issues noticed while using the Roomle application. Overall it is an easy-to-use and fun app that can help with planning or design.
Users do not need to necessarily register for Roomle in order to use it. However, if they want to save their projects then they should register for a Roomle account. Users can do this by visiting: http://www.roomle.com/index.jsp?signupnow=true
Roomle is a free application to use for personal or private use. Should users want to integrate Roomle for their company use, then they should reach out to Roomle to inquire about a business partnership.
Roomle is recommended for anyone who is interested in interior design, room planning or if they are just interested in redecorating their home. Since it is free, Roomle can replace many other similar software products that charge money for using their service. Since Roomle allows users to upload existing plans, it can be easy to jump into the application and start using it. It is relatively easy to use and a valuable tool for anyone who works or plays in this field.