Over the past few weeks we've been looking at how to bring ideas together and make a mood board for your desired new look, whether it be re-decorating or planning an event. There are lots of different and fun ways that you can complete your boards. These are just a few of my favourite methods, or you could choose one that works for you!
If you've used the internet to find your inspiration, save the paper in printing and collate your findings in a computer montage. Just copy and paste your findings together in one document. The beauty of this method is it's so quick and easy.
If you prefer to cut and stick, play around with your findings and bring them together on the page. The great thing about this is that you can include different textures so you can get more of a feel for the end result.
Pinboard or Canvas
Why not make your mood board into a piece of art that can continue to inspire you throughout your project. A great, easy way to do this would be to pin your findings to a notice board, or canvas which you can hang on the wall. Have fun playing around with the positioning and colours. You can be as creative as you like!
The Final Result...
So, does all of the researching, collecting, cutting, glueing and pinning pay off? Well for me, having a mood board to work from gives me a clear idea of how the end result will look and keeps me focussed on the end result. Take a look at how Plumbs own stylist Jenny Stirzaker uses mood boards to complete a beautiful new room....
Find out more about how to create a mood board from start to finish:
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