Interior designers are not only meant to create remarkable spaces, they also have a great mission to elevate your taste and enhance your mood, so let`s take you one step back to see where the inspiration comes from and we applied it into your space.
That's where the mood board comes in. Beloved of interior designers, a mood board allows you to collect all those thoughts, ideas, and feelings in one place, helping you form a clear design concept and to build on it coherently without going off on wild tangents
For many, the hardest part of creating a mood board is finding inspiration. It’s actually a lot easier than you think, though – you just need to know where to look. Books, magazines, websites, and samples are all tried and tested methods, but it doesn’t have to be something as tangible as a colour or fabric sample. Search out inspiration, it’s everywhere – in nature, in art, in the interiors of a restaurant or coffee shop you frequent, in patterns, in the simple shape of things. If you see something you like, take a picture of it and pin it to your mood board. You’ll be amazed at the new design directions it could take you in!