Creating a designer bedroom doesn’t have to be a difficult or strenuous task, but sometimes it can be super stressful when you prepare for marketing presentations. You may wonder: “Am I a good translator of the comfort and style of my design?” “Can the clients see my ideas as I see them?” You have your ideas, floor plans, elevations ready, and you know clearly that in a traditional way, these materials only won’t convey the mood of the space at all. Even if you try to describe the atmosphere with your design, the clients may even leave these unnoticed.
So, how do 3D renderings can help? As an architectural visualization studio, we have helped many talented brains to showcase their bedroom ideas and won their clients’ love. Here, we’ve summarized 3 aspects of how 3D renderings can help with your marketing presentations. Please read on!
1. Bedroom renderings convey your ideal bedroom atmosphere
It can be an internal conflict within yourself that what furniture or décor or mood to use in your bedroom design, or an external one between the builders and designers where your wants and needs are lost in translation. Either is normal. In these cases, CGI or Computer-Generated Imagery can assist you and your team to jump out of 2D drawings and vision boards and to get clear on decisions you’re stuck on.
With the magic of 3D renderings, an overall view of multiple options can be clearly seen so that you and your team will find it easier to get on the same page. At the same time, not only an overall view but every aspect of intricacies of your meticulously crafted concept is being shown. This will help your projects run far more smoothly and avoid any unexpected expenses that may occur.
2. Bedroom renderings present complete finishes and textures
Does the sofa’s color or texture fit in with the style of the rest of the space? What texture looks better for this carpet? Questions like these are bothering architects, interior designers and homeowners all the time. Imagination is not everything. With textures and finishes, photorealistic renders are able to clearly make up the style and comfort of a bedroom and present your ideas and designs in a clear-cut way which helps avoid confusion and conflict during the project.
Renderings also make visualization of the final product a lot easier. The time spent on communication such as modifications or adjustments in projects is considerably reduced as all the details of each aspect of the design are visualized. Unlike building or renovating a real bedroom, 3D rendering is an easy-to-access product that the designers are able to participate in each stage with a relatively much lower cost, to have a visual idea of the overall design. In this case, changing of design is not a big issue anymore.
3. Bedroom renderings demonstrate the through-out layout
It is impossible to get the comprehensive layout of a bedroom simply by viewing the floor plans. Floor plans are simple and primitive and have a threshold so people without a background in design might find it difficult to read them.
To get a thorough view of the bedroom, 3D rendering is professional in showing the layout from different points of view, get every corner under the sun, and even be able to show in some impossible angles. There is no doubt that CGI has a great contribution in demonstrating a bedroom’s design, which apparently helps the viewer to understand the space and the layout of furniture as if they were there in the room.
There are other merits of 3D renders helping sell your bedroom designs, such as providing nighttime lighting of the bedroom, closer view of specific details of the design or furniture. If you’re planning to remodel a bedroom or are working on a renovation project for a client, 3D renderings or CGIs are a wise choice to save your cash and time. They are incredibly affordable, comparing with the cost of building and changing to the physical space.
To make sure your clients can fully understand your design and ideas, if you haven’t tried any architectural visualization before, you’re welcome to contact AIMIR at firstname.lastname@example.org, and once you do you’ll love it!