Mood Boards: Our Own Inspiration and Style
We felt like getting a little creative over the weekend so, we decided to create our own mood boards that were representative of our individuals styles. Hopefully one of these styles resonates with you and inspires you to create your dream look.
By Rebecca Simpson.
Scandinavian Interiors are designed to be functional, light, spacious and warm, my top tips for incorporating the Scandinavian look into your home are as followed;
- Begin with a blank canvas in fresh shades of white.
- Incorporate furniture pieces such as side tables and stools in tones of light timber.
- Finish the look with textured sheepskin throws and layered blankets to create warmth, antler decor and black and white graphic prints.
Products: Rebecca’s own.
The Modern Industrial.
By Railee Wells.
A Modern/Industrial look should expose what lies beneath, exposing items in their most raw and minimal form.
My top tips for incorporating the The Modern Industrial look into your home are as followed;
- Ensure structural items in your home become the hero showcase pieces and design the room around these.
- It should look unfinished yet cohesive.
- Highlight some basic materials through the use of timbers, copper and steel.
Products: Mini Cooper and white pot -$60 (larger pots available and priced accordingly), Copper & timber ladder – $199 Stockist – Potty or not. Copper rope light – $308, Black moss wool throw – $415 Stockist – Townhouse Living Geelong, Candle http://www.ekhicandles.com/
By Emma Clapham
This classic decorating style never goes out of fashion. If you invest in a few key pieces of furniture in neutral shades, you can change up your look through the seasons with current accessories.
My top tips for incorporating the Classic look into your home are as followed;
- Use light colours that are natural. Linen upholstery looks natural and casual.
- Choose rustic wood flooring that has a sun-bleached look.
- Bring the outdoors inside by including plenty of living things into the décor of your home.