Ashampoo Home Design 6 review

Table of Contents Getting startedYou’re a wizard, home designerInterfaceBuilding your homeFinal verdict TODAY’S BEST DEALS Ashampoo Home Design has been around for years, helping people create and furnish their 3D homes. We’ve taken a look at the latest iteration: version 6, which is available for Windows 7 and up, with […]

Ashampoo Home Design has been around for years, helping people create and furnish their 3D homes. We’ve taken a look at the latest iteration: version 6, which is available for Windows 7 and up, with a minimum of 4GB of RAM (although as is the case with all of these types of apps, the more memory you feed it, the more responsive it’ll be).

Currently this home interior design software is on offer at a massive discount: $19.99 (£17.99) instead of $49.99 (£44.99) for the download-only version. If you want to give it a go, you can also take advantage of a free 10-day trial. 

Wizard

Your journey begins with a carousel of low quality renders, tutorials with no audio, and an interesting building wizard for floating houses… (Image credit: Ashampoo)

Getting started

Launch the software and you’ll immediately feel that the design is passed its prime. There may have been a time when the layout was modern, but this was many moons ago. The ‘Start Wizard’ window gives you a preview carousel of some renders which are nowhere near as good as what the current competition can achieve. You have access to training videos which are eleven (!!) years old and don’t even come with any narration – this is not a good first impression, but it does explain that antiquated feel. You also have a building wizard – that’s more encouraging.

Let The App Do The Work

The building wizard appears to make the initial creation process easy… (Image credit: Ashampooe)

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