Planning a renovation, redesign, or new construction project but not sure where to start? We know undertaking a new home project can be a lot of work and that’s why we created a tool to help combat just that! Let us introduce you to our mood board interior design tool.
Did you know crafting a tasteful mood board and having a solid vision of what you want a space to look like is the key to achieving a home worthy of Pinterest admiration? Creating a mood board that captures your desired décor, colour scheme, and key furnishings, will make those challenging design choices a walk in the park. The best part? You don’t need to possess graphic design or interior styling expertise to create a stylish and practical mood board. Thanks to our user-friendly digital mood board interior design tool, you needn’t any photoshopping skills (plus, it’s free!) But before we dive into the mood boarding part, let us share our step-by-step guide to creating the ideal mood board for your space.
Here’s what a mood board will do for you:
- Help you create a room that stimulates conversations and inspires you
- Help you mix and match like a pro – say goodbye to design dilemmas and hello to harmonious perfection.
- Explore different styles and different colour palettes. It’s easier than ever to experiment with colour!
- Discover a range of products from the retailers at Nunawading Homemaker HQ (aka the very best pieces on the market).
- Write your shopping list! Once you’ve designed your mood board, our tool allows you to save a comprehensive shopping list.
Now onto the step-by-step guide!
Step one: know the basics
First and foremost, you need to know what room you’re aiming to design or redecorate and have a rough idea of a theme you’re going for. A quick scroll through Pinterest will certainly help you define your theme whether it be art deco, rustic, boho, or even shabby chic. As long as you know the type of style you’re going for, then the rest is going to be super easy.
Step two: select the hero piece
Next, you’ll need to select one to three key pieces that will be the focal point of the room. This will most likely be the largest pieces of furniture – for instance, if you’re mood-boarding a bedroom, then your key pieces are going to be the bed and bedhead, bedside tables, and a piece of artwork or rug. Whereas if you’re redecorating a lounge room, your key piece will be the sofa and coffee table.
Step three: fill it up
Now that you have your key pieces, your mood board might be looking a bit bare. All you have to do is fill out the rest with decorative finds like lamps, cushions, throws, candles, and vases. A simple scroll through the décor category will have you sorted. Be sure to opt for pieces that mix and match well with your hero pieces and stick to a cohesive colour palette.
Once you’ve created the perfect space on your mood board, it’s time to take the next step and visit Nunawading Homemaker HQ. Be sure to come along armed with your mood board and shopping list, and then all you have to do is watch as your design dreams all fall into place. So, what are you waiting for? Your dream interior space is just a click away.