Do you know of any free room makeover programs?

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  • Shoshana Shoshana on May 11, 2017
    Are you looking for a tv program?
    If you need some inspiration there are some great makeovers to look through here on Hometalk :) http://www.hometalk.com/categories/makeovers

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on May 11, 2017
    https://roomstyler.com/3dplanner When I was choosing how to furnish my apt, I used this website to help me visualize the layout and figure out what my options are instead of dragging heavy furniture around, best of luck!

  • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on May 21, 2017
    Hi, Hillela and Shoshanna! Sherry, there are so many resources available. HGTV and DIY channels on cable tv are great. The public library still carries magazines, books and how to videos. Hometalk is a great place to get help and ideas for makeovers. Now, if you are thinking about your own house being done, be aware that the owner actually pays for everything and that financing is set up before they start on your house. For the last two weeks, a local message board in my hometown of Cartersville, Ga. has listed "looking for homes in this town to use for a makeover tv show". This one is legit, but I'm sure scammers would post similar ads. (Cartersville has been used as a setting in many movies and tv shows in recent years.) If you are interested in living in Pittsburg, Las Vegas, Laurel (Ms), Waco (Tx), or some other specific towns, you might fit the bill. If you need financial help to remodel your home, contact Habitat for Humanity, your local building and planning dept., the largest churches, etc., not to ask for money, but to ask how you can qualify for their help. HfH generally requires sweat equity, but if you can't do physical labor, you can work in some other way that fits your abilities. If none of our advice helps, please post again, explains what exactly you think you need. Best wishes 😇

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Jun 13, 2017
    I have joined several groups on Facebook where you can discuss everything from learning about color use in the home, organizing, painting furniture etc. Use the search engine on Facebook for your area of interest. I recently listened and participated in several days of lectures about decorating your home that were live and free. I'm currently participating in a 30 day room makeover of an area in my home. Your feed will continue to suggest areas of interest as opportunities come up.