Design and decorate the house of your dreams! This Quick Planner for Interior Design and Decorating includes enough cardboard building material (siding, roofing, windows, decking, flooring, grid paper, and instructions for drawing to scale, plus every architectural detail imaginable) to construct one house up to 6,200 sq. ft. or several smaller houses.
Now make it into a home - move and remove walls, furniture, appliances, and cabinets - by using the Home Quick Planner that includes 700 precut, reusable peel-and-stick furniture and architectural symbols to stick on a 5,600 sq. ft. interior floor plan grid.
Constructive fun for ages 9 to 99.
The Home Design Special Save $4.98 includes the 3-D Home Kit and the Home Quick Planner. Only $54.98
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3.8 (based on customer reviews)
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Very hands-on a great rainy day activity
Comments about Product: my two twin girls (11) absolutely loved it. For once they actually worked together, not to mention a whole afternoon without fighting. Very good instructions, although they were not able to construct a house like that shown they did turn out a pretty neat 2 story house with a balcony. Only problem was that afterward they wanted to make a second house and the amount of materials were inadequate.
Comments about Product: I bought this as a gift for my parents because they are looking to build their next house. They absolutely love it and use it often, changing the layout and redesigning rooms. This product is great for the adults or families designing their future, or for children in school needing a great project. There are no faults in this product and you can change things as often as you like!
Comments about Product: This product is great conceptually, but in reality it is difficult for the average middle school child to do alone. If you have hours of time to spend working on it with your child you might get it done - eventually.