RoomSketcher Pro subscribers have lots of options for using color to create beautiful and effective 2D floor plans. Color walls, floors, furniture, measurement symbols and more. You choose many of the color options using 2D Floor Plan Profile Settings, which are available from your RoomSketcher Web Account. Tip: if you want to set floor colors or materials by room type, for example, all bathrooms set to blue, see 2D Floor Plans - Display Color or Material by Room Type.
This article covers:
Furniture fill color - blue - #A7B8E3
Furniture fill color - light gray - #E9E9ED
How to Open 2D Floor Plan Profile Settings
To open 2D Floor Plan Profile Settings, log in to your RoomSketcher Account on the web.
- Open Advanced Profile Settings.
- A series of tabs appears. Click the 2D Floor Plan tab.
Overview of the Color Choices
On the 2D Floor Plan tab, you have the color options listed below.
Tip! Remember to click Apply after you have made a change in the profile settings - if you leave the 2D Floor Plan tab without clicking Apply, any changes will not be applied.
- Use Background and Text Color on 2D Letterhead
- Background Color
- Text Color
- Block Arrow Fill Color
- Arrow and Line Color
- Wall Color
- Floor Color
- Furniture Fill Color
- Furniture Outline Color
- Window Fill Color
- Window Outline Color
- Door Fill Color
- Door Outline color
- Kitchen Item Fill Color
- Kitchen Item Outline Color
Use Background and Text Color on 2D Letterhead
You can set up Letterhead, to choose the items that should print around your floor plan, such as a company logo. The Use Background and Text Color on 2D Letterhead option saves your Background Color and/or Text Color choices to your Letterhead.
Think of the background as the color of the page that the floor plan will be printed on. You can choose a color, or choose the transparent option if you plan to place the floor plan on top of another image. In this example, we've used a Teal background color.
Sets the color of text such as room names, room sizes, text labels and product labels.
Block Arrow Fill Color
Sets the fill color of any block arrow you have added to your floor plan. In this example, we've used the standard Teal color. To learn how to add a block arrow, see Add an Entrance/Block Arrow.
Arrow and Line Color
Changes the color of outside measurements, Measurement Wizards lines, and helper lines as well as the outline of the block arrow. To learn more about how to add these types of helpers to a floor plan, see Add Helper Symbols to Your Project.
Sets the color of all the walls on the floor plan. In this example, we've chosen the standard Teal color.
Sets a floor color for the entire floor plan. In this example, we've used the Hex color: E0FFFF.
Tip: If you want to show floor materials, like wood or tile or set different floor colors by room type, see 2D Floor Plans - Display a Color or Material by Room Type.
Furniture Fill Color
Sets the fill color for furniture, except for kitchen items, which have their own Kitchen Item Fill Color setting. In this example, we've used the Hex color: E0FFFF.
Furniture Outline Color
Sets the outline color for furniture, kitchen items (unless a separate Kitchen Item Outline Color has been specified), and these helpers: compass, measuring tape and wheelchair circle. In this example, we've chosen the standard Teal color.
Window Fill Color
Sets the fill color for any windows on your floor plan. In this example, we've used the standard Aqua color.
Window Outline Color
Sets the outline color for any windows on your floor plan. In this example, we've used the standard Teal color.
Door Fill Color
Door Outline Color
Sets the outline color for any doors in the project. In this example, we've used the standard Teal color.
Kitchen Item Fill Color
Sets the color for kitchen cabinets and appliances. In this example, we've used the Hex color: E0FFFF.
Kitchen Item Outline Color
Sets the outline color for kitchen cabinets and appliances. In this example, we've used the standard Teal color.
How to Set a Color
- On the 2D Floor Plan tab, locate the item whose color you want to set. For example, Furniture Fill Color.
- To the right of the item, click the Pencil. The color box appears.
- Under RGB , type a Hex color code, such as E0FFFF, or use the drop-down to choose a color.
Some items have a Transparent checkbox which you can click if you want the item to be transparent.
- Click OK. The 2D Floor Plans tab opens. You will see see the hex code for the chosen color.
Tip: The hex code may have two additional digits at the end. In the example above, the 6 digit hex code E0FFFF has FF at the end. Every item that has a transparent option, will have an extra 2 digits, FF or 00.
- FF = transparent is OFF
- 00 = transparent is ON. In this case, the color is the “fallback”, i.e. when you download a file (jpg or PDF) which doesn’t support transparency.
- Click Apply in the 2D Floor Plans tab.