Take Measurements of your Space
Step 1 Use a tape measure or electronic app (a few are listed below) to capture the length of your space
Step 2 Measure the height of your space
Step 3 Measure the the adjacent walls if possible.
Step 4 Measure the remaining walls in the same fashion.
It is ok to send us a hand-drawn floor plans like example shown below - in fact, it is preferred. Just make sure the writing is legible and metric units are specified in Feet and Inches.
Useful Measurement Apps & Resources
Measure - Apple and Android
Ruler - Apple and Android
Easy Measure - Apple and Android
Take Photos of your Space
Take a total of 6 clear photos from a cell phone, camera or other electronic device.
Photo formats must be in the jpeg, jpg, png or tiff format only.
The photos above are great examples because:
-they are bright and clear.
-include most of the architectural details of the ceilings, windows and walls.
-most of all the walls were captured within one or two photo shots
These photos are bad examples because:
-some are blurry.
-most of the architectural details of the ceilings, windows and walls are cropped.
-most of all the walls are not captured in one of the photos.
Photo 1 Take a front facing clear photo with your furniture and all like the green check-marked photos above.
Photo 2 -4 Shoot photos of remaining walls of your space
Photo 5 Capture any architectural details your room might have. For example, if you have cathedral ceilings or unique interior details.
Photo 6 If there are any other details worth taking, please shoot!
**No need to clear your room of furniture or clutter, we want this process to be as easy and painless as possible**
Once you've collected measurements and photos, submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the email subject line, please enter your "address street, city, state - First and Last Name". For example, John
Smith who lives on Cherry Lane, Whoville, CA. would be entered as: "Cherry Lane, Whoville, CA - John Smith"