Eye For Design


You will get to work on anything from one-bedroom studio apartments to elaborate mansions. And you’ll be sure to enjoy the fact that you can choose from a wide array of colors, accessories, and furniture in this challenging online adventure. You are given free rein in making your decorating vision come alive and your clients’ dreams come true.

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Eye for Design

Release Date: May 9, 2008

Publisher: Sandlot Games

Developer: Sandlot Games

About the Game

Have you ever wished you had unlimited funds to spend on redecorating your house? This game gives you that kind of experience, so you can decorate the house of your dreams, even for just a couple of hours in an online game.

Here are some of the things you can expect from this game:

  • 7 unique neighborhoods
  • 52 homes to decorate
  • Over 200 challenging levels

You take on the role of Halle, a top graduate from a prestigious Parisian design school. And as Halle, you will be tasked to spruce up the abodes of various clients. You will need to choose and arrange practically every single element in each room of the client’s home to make the client happy and earn the respect of the interior design world.

The game begins with Halle getting simple job orders. These jobs typically involve nothing more complicated than choosing and arranging a few pieces of furniture each day. Your goals for each room you work on are listed on the left side of the screen, your furniture inventory is shown at the bottom of the screen, and an isometric view of the room you’re working on occupies the rest of the screen.


Gameplay can be as simple as dragging and dropping items onto the floor as you see fit. The good news is that most of the rooms will have guide marks that provide suggestions on where you can place each item of furniture. You will earn points every time you complete a listed goal, and bonus points for completing a secret goal and for hitting color combinations with the pieces of furniture you choose.

Each job you get will require you to decorate several rooms in a house, and a certain number of houses you successfully decorate make up a neighborhood. As you move through the levels, you will get jobs in posher neighborhoods where the clients’ tastes are more expensive and their demands more difficult to satisfy.

One of the things that make this game attractive is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. You don’t have a set budget that limits your creativity, and you won’t have to adhere to strict design guidelines, either. Rather, you have a super stylish game that focuses more on color coordination and achieving simple goals.

You will also be sure to appreciate the presentation of the game. It has rich visuals, an excellent interface, and a casual atmosphere that makes it all the more enjoyable. Perhaps the only drawback is that it is quite heavy on furniture placement. But if you don’t mind choosing and arranging furniture for a good chunk of the game, then you should still be able to appreciate the gameplay.

Bring out your inner interior designer and play today!

Minimum System Requirements

  • Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista
  • Keyboard and Mouse: Required
  • Processor: Pentium 3 750 Mhz or better / 1.0 Ghz Vista
  • RAM: 256 MB / 512 MB Vista
  • DirectX Version: 7 / 10 Vista