Pinterest launches the fitting room of the interior world

Linda D. Garrow

Pinterest may be known as a photo-sharing social site – but it has just moved into the world of augmented reality. The platform has announced ‘Try On for Home Decor’ – a new way for people to redesign their interiors – without the commitment. 

Using this new phase of AR (Augmented reality), interior design trend enthusiasts can virtually experiment with new items from multiple brands, including West Elm, Macy’s, CB2 and Wayfair. But how does it work?

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