M S International (MSI) has launched the Kitchen Visualizer tool for the iPhone and iPad.
The Kitchen Visualizer app features all the same functionality that customers have become accustomed to on MSI’s web-based Kitchen Visualizer, including four kitchens to choose from, hundreds of countertop, flooring, and backsplash options as well as a dozen cabinet colors, according to the company. The Kitchen Visualizer app allows designers and homeowners to visualize the multitude of options available directly on their Apple mobile devices. Using the app, customers can expect even faster speeds along with an easy mobile design experience.
MSI recommends that fabricators encourage homeowners and designers to download the Kitchen Visualizer iPhone app prior to meeting with sales professionals. To create a cohesive and elegant kitchen design, homeowners can select cabinet color finishes, backsplashes, flooring, and countertops, and develop a number of options to preview at a local MSI distribution center.
“The web version of our Kitchen Visualizer is incredibly popular with over 11 million kitchens visualized since inception," said Rupesh Shah, president of MSI. "As consumers increasingly migrate to their mobile devices for design research and recommendations, we created this app to give the consumer the freedom to design kitchens quickly and seamlessly from their mobile and tablet devices. MSI Kitchen Visualizer for the iPhone and iPad allows individuals anywhere to imagine and visualize the kitchen of their dreams with just a few simple clicks.”
To get started, download here and install MSI’s Kitchen Visualizer for iPhone and iPad from the Apple App Store. Next, select one of the four kitchen layouts available. The app is user-friendly, easy to navigate and quick to render user choices. Users select the countertop of choice, the color for the cabinets, the backsplash, and the flooring to help select the products that appeal to their design aesthetics. The MSI Kitchen Visualizer iPhone app allows designers and sales professionals to help customers easily envision their ideal kitchen, in the showroom, and during in-home consultations, Shah explained.
From inside the app, users can save, print, email, and share across Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ for later review. There is no limit to the number of kitchen designs the user can develop; the countertop, cabinet color, flooring and tile selections are detailed in the saved files to make further review easy.
For more information, visit msistone.com.