Sweet Home 3D
Sweet Home 3D
6.4

5.0

Sweet Home 3D free download for Mac

Sweet Home 3D6.4

22 July 2020

Home interior design made easy.

Overview

Sweet Home 3D is a free interior design application that helps you placing your furniture on a house 2D plan with a 3D preview.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in Sweet Home 3D

Version 6.4:
Improved:
  • Resolution scale management in the plan for HiDPI screens under Java 8.
  • Drawing order of transparent objects in Sweet Home 3D JS Viewer.
Added:
  • IDs to home objects which may be modified.
  • Support for editing home plans in Sweet Home 3D JS with the ability to save modified homes on a JSP server.
Fixed:
  • A bug in redoing dimension line resizing.
  • An issue in Sweet Home 3D JS Viewer which prevented touch management to work correctly under iOS.
  • Other minor bugs fixes and enhancements.

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How would you rate Sweet Home 3D app?

18 Reviews of Sweet Home 3D

5
Aargl
11 May 2019
Version: 6.1.2

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I have used this app in the past for rearranging my small apartment — actually one room serving as a recording studio/bedroom/office/bathroom, you can imagine how it's critical to find out how to fit everything in... ;-) SweetHome is really handy, designing your furniture and testing various fittings until you find the best one. I've had a freeze since v4.5 under 10.9 whenever I opened the save dialog, I never understood what was causing it (incompatibility with another software? Java?) — it was working ok in a clean user profile or in a 10.6 virtual machine, though... Looks like the issue has gone with v6, I was not able to reproduce it but I haven't used it extensively neither. Great software, anyway! :-)
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5
time2poppop
23 July 2020
Version: 6.4
Excellant
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5
time2poppop
20 July 2020
Version: 6.3
Excellant
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5
Aargl
11 May 2019
Version: 6.1.2
I have used this app in the past for rearranging my small apartment — actually one room serving as a recording studio/bedroom/office/bathroom, you can imagine how it's critical to find out how to fit everything in... ;-) SweetHome is really handy, designing your furniture and testing various fittings until you find the best one. I've had a freeze since v4.5 under 10.9 whenever I opened the save dialog, I never understood what was causing it (incompatibility with another software? Java?) — it was working ok in a clean user profile or in a 10.6 virtual machine, though... Looks like the issue has gone with v6, I was not able to reproduce it but I haven't used it extensively neither. Great software, anyway! :-)
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Gregm
26 October 2017
Version: 5.6
Java issue: it wants me to install the antique Java 6. WTH?
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ssbarnea
15 May 2016
Version: 5.2
OS X 10.11, only the splashscreen is displayed. The project is still hosted on sourceforge.net which is renowned for injecting adware into hosted projects.
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rlanthier
24 March 2016
Version: 5.2
just built a floor plan for renovations. process is pretty intuitive, only a few things like square columns or round posts are missing. Nice job, thank you.
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Sjha
19 February 2016
Version: 5.2
This is a terrific programme. It's powerful, easy to use, rock solid, and it's free! I've been using it with great success to design stage sets.
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DrJJWMac
29 July 2015
Version: 5.0
Pros: smooth, intuitive, appropriately-featured, free Cons: adjusting the view on the 3-D image can be cumbersome, working in three panes can be overpowering on small screen In the process of moving to different locations, I had to plan furniture placements for an apartment and a house. I tried this and Live Interior in a "quick and dirty" test. Sweet Home 3D is the one that stuck with me. This program worked very smoothly to do exactly what I needed in an easy manner. I could layout the floor plans quickly on hand the dimensions to the exterior house plan and/or the interior rooms. I could switch between the 2-D layout and the 3-D rendering quickly. I could even design a foyer that was wrapped in a three-segment staircase to a second floor. The program had all the tools that I needed. One issue that I faced was the lack of enough furniture in the free version. I appreciate that this restriction is lifted in the paid version. Another was getting used to how the 3-D rendering could be "tweaked" to give the best view. In truth, I am only now tapping in to the different ways to walk-thru a layout in 3-D. Finally, working with three panes (furniture, 2-D plan, and 3-D image) on a small screen (MacBook Pro) was limiting. I can well imagine the software works far better using a second monitor with the 3-D image split off to it. Other than this, I might add that I certainly have a lot more to learn about how best to do such things as extending existing walls around corners, changing display lighting in the 3-D view, and making the 3-D view fancy. When your needs are as basic as mine (furniture layout), you likely cannot beat this program for feature/price ratio. I can imagine this program will also be very useful to plan an addition or remodel to a home. I like the free version so much, I will likely get the paid version from MAS to be ready for exactly such needs in the future.
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4.5
Hal-Itosis
08 April 2014
Version: 4.3
Simply amazing. THANK YOU!!! -HI-
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Gary-box
23 March 2013
Version: 4.0
Its seldom I have to use an app as this. But I had to rearrange our living room so was looking for something like this. Surprisingly it was very easy to draw the room and do some furniture juggling. Great free !!
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Studiodave56
23 April 2011
Version: 3.2
In just two min. I made a room with doors and windows and made changes to the way the doors open. This is how this type of program should work. I can't wait till I have an hour to spend with it, I'm sure I will create my complete house in that time. And free to top it off. Learning curve? I think not much so far a five year old could do it. (No offense to the 3 year olds out there)
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4.5
Masterminter
14 February 2011
Version: 3.1
Has a steep learning curve but the results are kinda good. Great app !
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Landi
27 April 2010
Version: 2.3
Hello ! Can that applications upload the created files direcktly to Google and sharing over internet ? as sketchup does? I will have a try , thank you very much .
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Appledogx
06 October 2008
Version: 1.3.1
I find it quite stable; more so than the paid applications I demoed before chosing to work with this program. I also find it very intuitive and easier to resize walls and rooms than with other similar programs. It would also be nice to be able to define a snap range; for example every 10 cm or every 6 inches, etc. The program needs a better way to do floors and the ability to do multi-story homes. It also needs to import Google Sketchup objects as many other programs can do. Oh, and it's free, and better than many paid applications that purport to do the same.
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Www-esturismo-eu
28 August 2008
Version: 1.3.1
I love this app! and is free!!!!
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Steve-Copley
09 November 2007
Version: 1.2
Oops... "What's *to* complain about?"
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Steve-Copley
09 November 2007
Version: 1.2
This little app is pretty sweet indeed. It's easy to use (the 2D design pane is intuitive, although doors and windows that snapped to walls would be a good idea) and the 3D view is well-rendered and easy to navigate through in walk-through mode. Overall, think it's perfect if you want to quickly try out some room layouts, etc. It's not on a par with the capabilities of SketchUp, but it is not intended to compete there - it's aimed at a more casual user. And, of course, you can't beat the price! Oh, as for it being a Java app - so what?! It's well integrated with OS X: menu in the menubar, prefs in correct place, nice toolbar icons, etc. What's not complain about?!
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Ramartin
16 September 2007
Version: 1.0
I tried to use this, but the user interface is, like so many Java apps, horrible. It's too bad, since the features of this app seem nice. I was eager to create a layout from the measurements I have, but the awkward zooming, crude positioning and wretched data input left me exhausted after just a couple of walls. This has a lot of promise, though. It seemed quite stable and ran quickly. The basic features appear well-focused and useful. But the drawing tools need a lot of work.
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