Whether chaos rules in our new home environments, where kids are schooled online while parents work from an established or rushed-together home office, or calm has descended in an orderly progression of the indoor day-to-day, several new apps are debuting to help homeowners out.
One is Spacejoy, an online interior design studio. Users select a package of services, and design experts begin transforming rooms using the 3D app. The 3D aspect of the app allows users to move, swap, and shop products from established brick-and-mortar companies as Anthropologie, Crate & Barrel, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, and West Elm.
Another new app is Pulled, created by former contractor Michael Clarke, and set to launch this spring. Designed to function as a dashboard for home projects, Pulled helps homeowners manage renovations or new construction, painting or house-cleaning services, visits from the plumber and the pool cleaner. Homeowners and renters set up an account, then obtain access to vendor information that helps them decide which services to choose.
Professionals upload their own content—from individual posts to press releases—to showcase their services. Once a homeowner or renter chooses a service, they enjoy access to project info to facilitate communication and efficiently track the project’s status tracking and execution from start to finish. Designers can create a profile, customize their pages with a bio, logo, and social media links, and add service categories before they can begin collaborating with clients.
Photos courtesy Spacejoy and Pulled