As part of my interior design services, I provide mood boards to allow you to visualise what a room could look like once completed. This not only ensures the colour palette and products are exactly what you want, it also gives you a better sense of the space within the room and the overall feel of the finished room.
The first step I take is to ascertain the overall feel of the scheme; your colour palette, how you want to use the room, any existing furniture you want to keep etc. After those initial ideas are agreed with you, I create a mood board to specify the exact details that will be included in the final scheme; floor and wall coverings, furniture, lighting and accessories.
The example images below are taken from a Client who specified a travel theme bedroom. The room needed to be suitable for a younger child without the need for a significant redesign as they grow. I included a reading nook and desk area in the design along with practical shelving for books and smaller items. Storage for clothes and toys was paramount so a vintage chest of drawers and wicker basket made the ideal solution and ensured a cohesion of natural elements in the scheme. The colour palette was chosen to reflect the child's favourite colours and I injected some fun elements with a bold jungle print lampshade and bedding.