You can access it by following the steps below:
1. Log in to your account from the website
2. Click on the Settings button on the left side of your screen
3. Click on the Styling tab
All custom templates you already had will be displayed here, you can edit them or create new ones by clicking on the “Create New” button at the top right.
When you click to create a new template here is what you will be able to customize:
It’s the name you give to your template to make it easier for you to identify it.
Here you can select the language you would like to see on your floor plan. There are two ways to select the English language:
English: If you select this language, you will get your floor plans in English and using the “Master” label, so you will get “Master Bedroom”, and “Master Bathroom” for example.
English with primary denotation: If you select this language, you will get your floor plans in English using the “Primary” label, so you will get “Primary Bedroom”, and “Primary Bathroom” for example.
English UK: If you select this language, you will get your floor plans in English using the “Primary” label, so you will get “Primary Bedroom”, and “Primary Bathroom” for example. In addition to that, the toilet will be called “WC”.
English Australia: If you select this language, you will get your floor plans in English and using “Main Bedroom” (instead of primary/master bedroom), “En-suite” (instead of primary/master bath), the toilet and the half baths will be called “WC”, and the full bath will be called “Bathroom”.
Here you can select the unit you would like to see on your floor plans. There are three options:
Metric: If you select this unit you will get your floor plans in metric, for example, 2.5m x 1.8m
Imperial: If you select this unit you will get your floor plans in imperial (feet and inches), for example, 7’6″ x 3’4″
Both: If you select this unit you will get your floor plans in both units, metric and imperial.
Here you can add or update the logo you would like to be displayed on your floor plans.
Here you can select a default style if you wish.
Alternatively, you can select the color for each one of the following components, you have a few options for this, you can just click on the color you wish on the color picker, or you can enter the Hex or the RGB code. You can personalize the color for the following 9 components:
Wall color: Here you select the color of all walls, internal and external walls will have the same color.
Outdoor color: Here you select the color for all outdoor areas. For example, BALCONY, DECK, PATIO, PORCH, etc.
Bedroom color: Here you select the color of all bedrooms, and their variances. All pre-defined labels with the word “BEDROOM” will have this color. For example, BEDROOM, GUEST BEDROOM, TWIN BEDROOM, etc.
Room label color: Here you can select the color of the labels for all labels on your floor plan.
Pool color: Here you can select the pool’s color.
Floor color: Here you select the color for all rooms that are not from the list of the pre-defined labels for the components listed below, and all custom labels you enter.
Wet space color: Here you can select the color for your bath. All pre-defined labels with the word “BATH” will have this color. For example, BATH, SHARED BATH, and in addition to that, the spaces with the pre-defined labels SHOWER ROOM, and SAUNA will also have this color.
Background color: Here you can select the color you want to have on the background of your floor plan. It’s by default white.
Fixed furniture color: Here you can select the color for all your furniture, this is applied only if the “No fill fixed furniture” is NOT ticked.
Note: It’s important to remember that the colors will only work if you are using any of the pre-defined labels, if you are entering a custom label, for example, bathroom, this will use the “floor color”.
Here you can select the best resolution for your floor plans. You have 4 options, they are:
4:3 – 4000x3000px (high resolution)
4:3 – 2000x1500px (web optimized)
3:2 – 4000x2667px (high resolution)
3:2 – 2000x1333px (web optimized)
Door swing angle:
Here you can select the door swing angle, you can choose any angle between 0 to 90 degrees, and can either type it or use the arrow to increase or decrease the angle.
If the box is ticked this means the arrows will be shown on the floor plan.
If the box is NOT ticked this means the arrows will NOT be shown on the floor plan.
No fill fixed furniture:
If the box is ticked this means the furniture will have the same color as the room they are in. If the box is NOT ticked this means the furniture will have the same color selected for the component “Fixed furniture color”.
Add estimated total area element to the floor plan:
If the box is ticked it will display the total area for all scans made with the CubiCasa App.
If you select “Use Gross Internal Area”, it will display the Gross Internal Area (GIA).
If you select the “Total Scanned Area”, it will show the total scanned area which includes ALL scanned areas, including porches, balconies, external wall thickness, etc. Usually, you would not display the total scanned area on your floor plan, this is mostly used to determine if your order will have the additional fee.
If you have purchased the GLA Add-on, the GLA breakdown will be displayed at the bottom of your floor plan if you have the “Total Scanned Area” selected.
For more information about this, please check this article.
Add a compass to the floor plan:
Please, note that this is an experimental feature. If the box is ticked this means the compass will be added to the floor plan.
If the box is NOT ticked this means the compass will NOT be added to the floor plan.
You can find more details about this feature here.
You can now personalize your own disclaimer text, this supports a maximum of 85 characters. Please note, that CubiCasa shall take no responsibility for the disclaimers or changes you make to the floorplan.
If you leave this box empty, the floor plan will show our default text: “MEASUREMENTS ARE CALCULATED BY CUBICASA TECHNOLOGY. DEEMED HIGHLY RELIABLE BUT NOT GUARANTEED.”.
If you enter any text in the box, this will overwrite the default text.
If you already have a plan, and you want to make any styling changes to it, you just need to follow the steps below:
Click on Orders on your left side
Select the order you want to change
Click on the button saying “Use another style” on the top right of your floor plan
On the pop-up, select the template you would like to use from the drop-down list
Click on the button saying “Change Style”
After you have followed the steps above, you will get a message saying “The order is being rendered. We will inform you via email upon completion”. After a couple of minutes, you will be able to download your floor plan normally.
NOTE: If you try to change the style of a Base Floor Plan, only the following items will change:
Unit (Imperial or metric)
Total area: GIA / GLA / None