Moving house is something that most households don't do very often, because it requires a lot of work, and a lot of planning and preparation. And because this is something I might be doing next year, I looked around to see what sort of software would be available to help. And I was positively impressed by RoomSketcher: There is quite a lot of free functionality to draw floorplans and put in furniture. And there are several reasonably priced schemes, either by subscription or one-by-one on demand, for other helpful features. I ended up taking a subscription, and that even included credits for a service where I just sent in the photos of my floor plans and got them encoded in the software with all the right measurements.
Why would I need all that? I plan to move from an apartment with one floor to a slightly bigger house with two floors. The sizes of the rooms will be different. And not every piece of furniture will move with us, the prime example being the fitted kitchen. RoomSketcher allows me to visualize the new house, in 2D and 3D. I can move furniture around easily, and for example check whether the large wardrobe in our current bedroom fits into which room of the new house. I can print out 3D plans with all the furniture to show the movers where each piece is going. Or I can do an interactive live 3D walkthrough to visualize how the new house would look furnished. It's all really quite neat and helpful.