There’s nothing more terrifying than having your parents announce a random drive-by visit to your place. Usually no amount of stuffing random shit in your closet and under your bed makes it parent-friendly. Moms always check the refrigerator to see how clean it is, it’s weird, but they have a sixth sense about these things.
You might not be able to get over the fridge issue yet, but let’s be honest, millennials could be better when it comes to the actual design of their apartments.
A new home furnishing app called HUTCH allows you to re-design your space with the help of Snapchat-like design filters. You start by uploading photos of your place, and then swipe over to try out different design themes like, “Urban Industrial” or “Boho.” Once you decide what you’re into, an interior designer then transforms your place virtually, and you get to see the result within 24 hours. Users can then pick and choose which pieces they like.
Unlike hiring an interior designer to come into your aparmtent (because who the hell can afford that?) the app is totally free to use, and you only pay for the pieces you want to buy.
The coolest part about the app is the photo software to automate designs, which sets it a bit apart from other design app competitors.
Here’s to hopefully making our apartments reflect how cool we really are.