How Modsy is carving its niche in the future of interior design

After spending months at home practicing stay-at-home orders, some Americans are itching to spruce up their space — and Modsy is looking to assist.  

Although over 50 million people have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, those with flexible work-from-home arrangements still have the means to spruce up their abodes. Indeed, the lockdowns of March and April gave some of them a head start.

Enter Modsy, which just recently launched its first mobile app for IOS offering 3D renderings, merging professional and do-it-yourself (DIY) designs.

“We want to create a space where you’re excited to live in. The app is designed to take pictures of your space and render it into a photorealistic version of your room. No measurements required,” Modsy Founder & CEO Shanna Tellerman told Yahoo Finance’s On The Move last week.

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 09: Co-founder and CEO at Modsy Shanna Tellerman speaks onstage during TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2016 at Brooklyn Cruise Terminal on May 9, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for TechCrunch)
NEW YORK, NY – MAY 09: Co-founder and CEO at Modsy Shanna Tellerman speaks
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37 tips from design experts to make your small space seem bigger

Love it or hate it, working from home is here to stay. For those of us with huge living and outdoor spaces, it’s relatively easy to carve out space and declare it your home office. For the rest of us, there’s a constant challenge to figure out how to make your kitchbathsofabedlivingroom seem more spacious.

We asked some top decorating experts for their tips on what to put where to make your home seem more spacious:

From Hope Gough, Laura Ashley Marketing Manager:

  • Color is your friend: When you want to make a small space feel larger, “there’s the magic of threes,” Gough explained since “designers gravitate to odd numbers and we feel the same way about color in a small room. To make a small space feel bigger use no more than three colors. Start with a classic blue and white and give it a punch with

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Our 5 Favorite Furnishings Featuring the Retro Fabric

Mid-century modern style is known for its clean lines and sleek materials, but the hard edges of this trendy aesthetic have recently softened up. Once a staple in mid-century homes, bouclé fabric is making a resurgence, bringing cozy texture to upholstered furniture and accents. “As our architecture and interiors have progressed to more modern forms, curves and comfort are becoming more of a trend in furnishings,” says Gillian Segal, an interior designer based in Vancouver, Canada.

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With European origins, bouclé derives from the French word meaning “curled” or “ringed.” It can refer to both yarn made from looped fibers or fabric woven with bouclé yarn. Although traditionally made from wool, bouclé can also be made from polyester, linen, cotton, silk, and other materials.

The fabric style initially became popular in the U.S. during the 1940s, after architect Florence Knoll asked designer Eero Saarinen to create a chair you

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How Modsy is carving a niche in the future of interior design

After spending months at home practicing stay-at-home orders, some Americans are itching to spruce up their space — and Modsy is looking to assist.  

Although over 50 million people have lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, those with flexible work-from-home arrangements still have the means to spruce up their abodes. Indeed, the lockdowns of March and April gave some of them a head start.

Enter Modsy, which just recently launched its first mobile app for IOS offering 3D renderings, merging professional and do-it-yourself (DIY) designs.

“We want to create a space where you’re excited to live in. The app is designed to take pictures of your space and render it into a photorealistic version of your room. No measurements required,” Modsy Founder & CEO Shanna Tellerman told Yahoo Finance’s On The Move last week.

NEW YORK, NY – MAY 09: Co-founder and CEO at Modsy Shanna Tellerman speaks

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