Depends. 20/20 works best if you have cabinetry lines and don't want to price everything by hand and your cabinetry lines have a 20/20 catalogue. For simple design, it's quick and fast, but not great for specialty custom.Is anyone using the 20 20 design software for kitchens and baths? I can't find many reviews so I figured I'd ask here. Using Chief but am looking to try something new. Wondering if it's worth buying. Thanks.
Interesting first post... Timothy D., do you work for or have any relationship with 20/20?I've been using 2020 for quite some time and despite the bugs,(that they send you free patches for), I find it to be a great program. The new Version 10 has the capability to generate almost photo-quality renderings and THAT is an extremely great sales tool.
I have my clients come in for a "design review" and display their new kitchen, bar, etc. on a huge flatscreen, with all kinds of killer details, and they absolutely FLIP when they see how incredible their new room is going to look like. I'm super detailed in my presentations and using 2020, for me anyway, gives me a tremendous advantage to seal the deal.
I'd like to see that for myself.The new Version 10 has the capability to generate almost photo-quality renderings....