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Looking for a designer to handle the soft furnishings side of the business in northern California.
Are you a brilliant designer with upholstery, bedding, rugs, colors, wallpapers and decorative items? Do you design cozy and elegant Family Rooms, Foyers, Bedrooms? Are you a master stager? Have you wanted to move out of your house with your design business, or wanted to start your own business? Do you have an existing client base?
We are located in west San Jose area, with clients throughout San Jose, Campbell and Los Gatos areas.
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Short story-here is a 3 wire tray base pullout representing a Hafele 546.62.826 with 546.63.114 (set and a half)
two cabinets and the insert.
Base width is 14" but can resize that-height is set for a frameless cabinet that with 4" toe kicks but you can copy it in your library and resize for others. If you want two baskets well you will have to work on that yourself (I have wooden things made by the mfg)
Long version if you care
Melissa was placing a wire pullout in a base cabinet and ended up using one meant for a tall cabinet. The only wire 3 tray PO that I know of is from Hafele-a few widths are available and the height is adjustable but you can't go and (reasonably) get a custom wire P.O. Some of the Hafele catalog is available in 2020 BUT not in Chief. (get after your Hafele rep and cabinet suppliers to change that). You can export a 3d DWG from 2020 but still have to get textures onto it-ugh. Hafele now has a 3D database which is awful to rummage through and the face counts get atrocious. Anyway-. being unable to resist a rabbit hole and to escape playing with Ruby and paperwork I put this together. Just needed a break.
Base PO cabinet.plan
Has anyone figured out how to create glass?
I am trying to construct a very minimal shower, but I don't see any glass color options, or glass pieces.
Likewise, I do not see any non framed mirrors, am I nuts?
If anyone has a way to get frames off of things, color something glass, or finds a minimal mirror, please let me know!
As an interior designer I really need to step up my game with regards to rendering. If anyone can point me in the right direction it would be very much appreciated. Attached is a sample render using materials I would like to use in a real job so my questions are:
1) to make the tiles more realistic I would like to create a bump map for them. How is this done?
2) I can't seem to find a way to change only the color of the grout? I need the black tile to have a dark grey grout not white?
3) Realistic accessories for eg. shampoo bottles, toothpaste tubes, sops etc. I can find brand name items in 3dwarehouse but when I import them into CA I loose all the 'branding' and they just look like generic items.Whats up with that?
I only have X7. No photoshop or other software like Lumion etc. Looking forward to any new ideas