Design Tool Basics: Changing Colors and Design Views


Color Changes and Design Views


Along the left side of the EasyClosets design stage, you will notice a collection of color swatches and design view options. These can be changed quickly and easily to enhance your design experience.


Color Switch


Changing Colors: To change the color of your EasyClosets solution, preview and select the finish that matches your home and suits your budget. White is our most popular and most cost-effective finish.

Design Views: Sometimes seeing is believing! The design view options allow you to better visualize your space. Below are just a few ways to do so:


Changing Color Design Views

  • 3D View: Toggling between 2D and 3D design views helps you better imagine your layout and the use of your space. In order to edit your solution, switch back to the 2D design view. The 3D viewer is great for checking your design progress periodically.


Changing Color Design Views Door

  • Door View: You have the option of accounting for a door when laying out your Reach-In space. When in the 2D design view, select the “Door” option along the left side of your screen. This will help you better understand what could be easily accessed in your space near the doorway.


Changing Color Design Views Obstructions

  • Obstructions: When in the Wall View of you space (indicated by the highlighted bubble along the left side of your screen), you will notice an “Obstructions” icon illuminate. By selecting this option, you will be able to add items like windows, vents, and outlets that could get in the way of your EasyClosets solution. Click here to learn how to add an obstruction to your design.


Changing Color Design Views Design Marks

  • Design Marks: Design marks are used in our online tool to indicate the location of fixed shelves and standalone verticals. Need a clean view of your design? You can turn off design marks and hide the props from appearing from your space. If you need to get a better view of your obstructions, deselect “View Product.”


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