How To Use A Mood Board In Your Interior Design Project
Want to create your dream room, but don’t even know where to start? It doesn’t matter if you’re a novice or the most experienced interior designer, every interior design project starts with a mood board – a visual representation of ideas for a design project.
The mood board is a designer’s go-to tool for a project’s initial planning phase. Its goal is to establish clear direction on a project before actually beginning design work. The purpose of a mood board is to help explore ideas and figure out the general style, mood, colors, and overall feel of a room or project space. Use it to clarify ideas swirling in your head or to communicate those ideas with those around you!
Take a look at these furniture suggestions, based on ZAGAS' own contemporary mood board!
The great thing about mood boards is their visual nature, that allow for several mix and matches. ZAGAS' ample finishing options let the costumer personalize each item to their taste.
In creating a mood board, it will be essential to carefully analyse the space, both outside and inside the home. If you have to furnish a house by the sea, you will have a completely different ambience from a house in the mountains or in the city.
You can either create a digital mood board or a physical one. However, creating a digital mood board is easy and takes less time. It also reduces the need for physical props to represent design elements for your mood board.