Every wonder how to add rugs, wall art, images on TV screens, etc. to your Revit projects? Does Crate&Barrel, Room&Board or Pottery Barn have the rugs you want to add to your Revit presentation? Would you like to add your favorite TV show to your Revit renderings? Well, look no further. The following tutorial makes quick work of adding accessories to Revit. The key to adding these objects to Revit is to use the Decals tool. Learn how to apply images to your Revit elements and place a Decal in a View using Revit. An additional suggestion would be to create custom families for your Revit project. For example, a custom carpet family in Revit. This way, you can use this asset in several projects without have to repeat the steps outlined in this tutorial.
John Manfredy has over two decades of expertise teaching architectural technology to architects and interior designers. Coursework has included Autodesk products: Revit Architecture, 3D Studio Max, Autocad and SketchUp.