Mood Boards

building blocks to a grand scheme.

 

 

 

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Fresh and breezy

Contemporary, relax and rejuvenate …

Kick Back Contemporary

Elegant, chill and enjoy.

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London, New York …

A quirky and eclectic mix for this South London apartment. London and New York accents were a priority for the client.

 

Gentleman's Residence

Clean, masculine lines, warmth, and subtle Art Deco.

Elegantly Pleasing

Refreshed and elegant dining room.

Vintage Home Office

Uplifting and bright. Choices for a wartime inspired small office.

Oh to be a teen!

Showtime for this teen bedroom. Client requested predominately white background with cerise accents, stainless steel and high gloss white furniture.

Designer Home Office

Converted conservatory to home office. Maintaining elegance and tradition.

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Bedroom

Elegant and calming, with a touch of Art Deco.

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Eclectic & Boutique

This has to be a favourite! Bursting with fun and vibrant twists for this South London apartment.

 

A mood board is the first building block to a grand scheme!

There are no two ways around it, if you have arrived at a brick wall, (excuse the pun here), with ideas

for your interior design then maybe you need help? One of the most important tools a designer

uses to inspire a scheme is to produce a mood board. This is a collection of items, i.e. fabric swatches,

images of furniture and lighting, and wallpaper samples, anything that you may have discovered

yourself or already own,with additional inspiration and products from your designer or sourced from

scratch.

 

Fresh ...

Fresh bedroom design for mid century home, Digswell, Welwyn Garden City, February 2016

Scandinavian kitchen

St Albans, September 2015. 1930’s home

Luscious and Iridescent

Stanstead Abbotts, Sept 2015. Town house villa,living room

Vintage Office

Hitchin, August 2015, Victorian terraced.

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