How to add a Product from our library

This article will show you how to easily add a Product from our library and toggle between the various views available with our Products.

Add a Product to your Canvas

  • Open your Canvas or create a New Canvas.

  • You can search through our Products library by clicking on the + sign on the tool bar.

  • You can enter a query in the search or filer by product Category (such as Accessories, Seating, or Tables), Brand (we have almost 100 unique brands!), or refine your search further by filtering by Sub-Category (for example, art & decor, lighting, or lounge seating or sofas). Play around with the different search options to see what works for you.

  • NOTE: For those with a Pro, Studio or Enterprise account, you can filter for products saved in your Catalog.

  • Slide the Details slider for a detailed view of each product if you are looking for product names, dimensions, list price or carbon index.

  • Drag & drop the product image into you canvas.

Pick your Product View

Each product in our library has three different views available: a scaled 2D vector drawing, the product image and the detailed product card. When you place a product into your Canvas, you can easily toggle between these views.

Need all three? Copy the image so you can space plan with the scaled drawing, create a rendering with the product image or use the detailed product card to show furniture specs.

  • First, add a product from our Products Library into your Canvas. The default view is the Card view with product specs.

  • Select the first icon for the scaled 2d vector product drawing and the middle icon for the product image.

  • Copy the image so you can space plan with the scaled drawing, create a rendering with the product image or use the detailed product card to show furniture specs.

Next Steps

Easily adjust the settings of your product card to create customized views of the product specs, or try these other options.

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