Stay inspired with an Interior Design Mood Board

April 17, 2017

Creating your dream interior may take lots of dedication, time and creative prowess. If you are thinking about redecorating, and don’t really know where to begin, why not create a mood board to record your favourite design elements and keep your ideas in one accessible spot?

This is a specialised trick of the trade. Mood boards are used the world over by professional designers with an eye for style. You can create your very own inspirational mood board to capture the different components of a designer look you are hoping to achieve in a space.

It is easy to get distracted by the array of design styles and passing industry trends available today. A mood board will help you hone in on your ideas and keep you focussed to achieve the overall look you are aiming for.

Need creative inspiration? Sift through your favourite interior design magazines and blogs, such as ours of course, and bookmark some of the creative elements that catch your eye. You may want to visit a fabric store to touch and feel different textures and collect samples for your mood board.

Browse through your favourite home décor stores and chat to a professional designer about how to bring the final look together. Photographs, textures, colours and samples are your friends in this innovative project to keep you inspired and buzzing with ideas.

Add your favourite products and suppliers and if you need professional assistance visit www.sadecor.co.za for our favourite industry trends and suppliers.

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1 Comment

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