You can make room elements look more realistic by applying materials.
PlanogramBuilder comes with a set of predefined commonly used materials
You can also add your own materials to the database and they will be available in the materials Catalog. For example you can import a floor plan image of your sales surface, then apply it to a floor element and use it as a basis to construct your room in 3D. See Add Database Item.
Note: Predefined materials cannot be removed from the Catalog and are not listed in Database Editor.
To apply a material to an element or to a one of its surfaces:
Example of a room with a combination of room elements and materials.
Once a material has been applied, you can adjust it as follows:
Clear button (small red cross): Removes a material from the selected elements.
Tile: Changes the way the material is scaled on the room element.
Example of a material with Tile ON, Width 80 cm, Height 80cm. The image is repeated.
Example of a material with Tile OFF. The image is stretched to fill the element.
Note: floors, ceilings and boxes have 1 material, while walls can have 2 materials, one for each side of the wall. To apply a material to the desired side of a wall, make sure to orbit the view so that the desired side is visible before dragging the material onto it.