Design Home

Design Home

By Crowdstar Inc

  • App Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-11-15
  • Current Version: 1.11.01
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 189.17 MB
  • Developer: Crowdstar Inc
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 7.0
App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Based on 120,326 Reviews

Design Home App Description

Love home decorating? Play Design Home today - a relaxing, fun game that allows you to live the life of an interior decorator. Sharpen your decorating skills in daily Design Challenges and style visually stunning three-dimensional spaces with access to real, high-end furniture and decor brands. It’s quick, it’s fun and you can connect with a vibrant creative community while learning about diverse décor styles - thus improving your design skills and gaining inspiration that you can even apply in your real life. * Relax through play and express your creativity in daily Design Challenges. * Unlock rewards as you polish your amazing abilities as an interior decorator. * Play with real life, high-end brands as you learn about different interior design styles. * Vote on your favorite rooms from a vibrant, creative community. * Share your creativity and borrow furnishings from your friends when you connect to Facebook. Love the items in your favorite room? You can shop for them directly through Design Home! Click any piece you love and buy it for your own home. With new pieces added every day, Design Home literally puts the best home décor (alternative: furnishings) directly at your fingertips. Not only can you discover brands and trends, you can own them, too!

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App Reviews

  • Copying covet fashion

    2
    By Sarkisian1234789
    This game is ok. But it basically copies covet fashion.(Seriously!) I prefer to design people not homes. The connection is really slow too. I honestly would only buy this if I were a four year old. But this game is ok. ~Annie Sarkisian~ 😜
  • Great game

    5
    By DonnaFirsty
    This game is a lot of fun! There is room for improvement, of course. Its goal is definitely and obviously to make money for the game developers through In App Purchases. As a result, you can definitely have more fun playing if you have more money to spend. But unfortunately, twenty bucks worth of diamonds doesn't go as far as you'd think. I think the app developers could make more money if they listened to user feedback, and made this more playable for people who don't have $100 a month to spend. For example, if $20 bought you a lot more, you'd make it up in volume. If you got 20 instead of 5, and could trade with others, more people would play. If you had unlimited borrowing, instead of just once every four days, more people would play. If you could buy accessories with cash instead of only with diamonds, more people would play. The reason people submit designs that don't follow the challenge's criteria is because they can't afford to buy diamonds. Also, a way to immediately return something you bought by accident would be helpful. I'd personally love to see drapes and throw pillows added to inventory.
  • A few Improvements

    4
    By AnaCha1210
    This is a fun game but 1) Sometimes my designs are scored low.bSo I look at the designs that scored a perfect 5 and they are not always 5 star worthy or even better than my design. So I'm curious as to how designs are paired for the voting process because I think some designs just get lucky by being paired with a mess of a design therefore it ends up with a 5 star rating. 2) Give users the option to sell their inventory. I'm sitting with furniture and accessories that I've won but do not want to use. Selling it is an easy way for users to earn a little more cash or diamonds.
  • Grown up doll house addiction

    4
    By unknown mn
    I love this app. The concept is great. Design a room like an interior decorator. Use real companies and furniture and crowd source voting to rate the designs. It has helped me in making choices in purchases and plans for my own home.
  • Hippy Heather 64

    3
    By Hippy-Heather64
    Best game when you can play on a big screen!!! 💚🍷 That was my reaction a few years ago. I am now having issues with the ability to gain extra diamonds for furnishing purchases and I think I am losing some of the items I do purchase.they disappear before I get a chance to use them all up. Still fun to play, if your in line at a drive-thru getting lunch.
  • Fun but too expensive!

    2
    By GeminiXD
    I love this game but the only real way to get enough cash to keep playing is to buy diamonds that you have to exchange for cash. The game isn’t very generous when it comes to giving diamonds and you can earn diamonds through tapjoy but that in itself is a hassle. I’d love to keep playing but I’m not about to sink a bunch of money in a game. Unfortunately I’ll be deleting this one.
  • Don’t bother

    2
    By Wishin I was fishing
    You can’t get anywhere in this game with out spending your money. Real money.
  • Pretty Awful

    1
    By Jjjhgtffdew
    I’m sorry but the voting is just so bad. Designs that score 5 stars look like poorly staged apartments for rent rather than good interior design. I can play daily without ever having to vote on designs which makes me wonder how much voting is even really occurring. Also, scrolling through hundreds of tiny thumbnails of furniture in the bottom quarter of the screen is a tedious waste of time.
  • Greedy

    1
    By MissRashelle
    It’s a shame the developers are so greedy. This could be such a great game. The price of game-cash & diamonds is completely ridiculous. Anything you “buy” you only get to use a few times. It’s outrageous. For example, there’s a big cabinet that costs over 8k diamonds. Spending $5 of actual money to buy diamonds isn’t enough to “buy” that item for 5 uses. Give me a break. I refuse to spend money on this game. So stingy, so greedy. I would totally spend $5 here or there if it would actually buy me a fair amount of time in the game but the prices are ridiculous.
  • Room for improvement

    4
    By Laash99
    Just started playing this game and it has a lot of pros that make it enjoyable. However, there are considerable areas for improvement: Pros: links to the real furniture sites (when available); cool filtering based on style, colour & brand; wonderful graphics Suggestions: - It would be nice to select a piece of furniture and see what styles it embodies (basically show the filter types) - A ‘Save for later’ option to bookmark pieces you might like for your inventory but can’t currently afford - Ability to follow other designers - Ability to comment on rooms when voting (can be like Twitter: max 140 characters) - Weighted scores based on how they adhere to the design prompt when voting. Mid-century modern continuously gets high scores although the prompts will state a variety of indicators that it shouldn’t. Doesn’t necessarily have to be punitive weighting but you should get points for committing to a room design and not just doing the bare minimum. So much room to grow. Would love to see some (or all!) of these options implemented soon.

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