Wednesday, February 13, 2013

3D living room visualization

[white sofa | orange armchairfloor lampcoffee table | rugOH! pillowred deer pillow |
red diamonds pillow | fox art print | lion art print]

Today's post is something completely different from all the post you've been reading at My Paradissi for the past two and a half years. And, yet, it is based exactly on the character of this blog; design oriented, having to do with feel good interiors and styling.

First, let me tell you something about myself, that I haven't mentioned before. As much as I enjoy decorating in real life, I just love working on interior 3d visualization. I use it at my off-blog work very often and I decided it's high time I made some for you as well. 
Working on 3d models gives you freedom of choice, experimenting and creating the ideal circumstances of your dream world. When working on such a project, I feel like a little girl playing with her dollhouse- so fun, that time passes by without noticing. Unfortunately, it usually takes up more time than I can afford, but I hope I can include such posts in My Paradissi at least bimonthly.

As you might have guessed, the above two photo realistic renderings are the same living room styled in two different ways. The top version is bold, with warm color contrasts in orange tones and a rather earthly feeling, whereas the bottom one is more naturally shaded, bright and cool with a few black accents to create some peak points of attention.
Below each photo, you can see the links to some of the products I used for each room (there might be variations from the 3d object to the real one- it is not possible to find the exact model for all the things I'm afraid!).

I hope you enjoy them as much as I did while making them and stay tuned for more of them in the near future. I'd love to know which of the two is your favorite one! Leave a comment below to say so. I'm so curious to see which room suits My Paradissi audience best!

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  1. The second spoke right to my heart w its natural finishes.
    While i like color i don't looove it. After a few days it just gets on my nerves and i go back to all white.
    Btw which tool did you use for the renderings above?

  2. Thanks for the feedback =)
    I used 3d studio max with mental ray renderer.

  3. Oh, I'm really impressive, Eleni. Both interiors are beautiful and so realistic.
    Good work!

  4. OH !! πολυ ομορφη δουλεια !!

  5. I like the first one very much!!!Love orange!!!

    1. I can tell that bold is definite your style, you mediterranean girl, you! xoxo

  6. I tend to like the second one more - I like how the big green plant makes that black and white living room so alive :) Really good work, seem very realistic!

  7. Eleni the quality or this renders is very high and I like the first one a little bit more. It would be great if you introduce your work more often in this form or another in this blog.

  8. great way to visualize the space. torn between the two. I'd probably go with second but use coffee table from first (prefer the low profile and color)and find a place for that lovely watercolor in the room as well. How did you learn to do this? I've be self experimenting with revit & 3dmax ( intern architect) but it such a complex program it's hard to know where to begin. do you use renderings for projects often? glad to have found your blog.

    1. Hi, I'm glad you like them. I've been experimenting with max and revit for some time now, mostly through tutorials and help from the web. I use some renderings for my work as an interior designer but I'd love to use more for my blog too. You can start following some tutorials, it's an easy and not so complicated way to start. Hope to see you again =)

  9. Hi, Eleni, those are very beautiful visualizations. Thank you very much for sharing. Hey, I don't know wheret you've used some plugins, but I'd like to recommend you this website There are a lot of modelels and plugins. I think some of them would be great for your work.


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