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How to make a MOODBOARD

We’ve all been there, full of big ideas for a makeover. But when we get to the nitty-gritty, problems start to appear. One brand’s ‘Forest Green’ may be another’s ‘Olive’. Creating a moodboard is the best way to get a true sense of how all the different elements of your new look will come together.

‘Those who prefer order and structure may shy away from this project and prefer the reassuring formality of a spreadsheet. I would still recommend creating a moodboard as, once you’ve gathered all your ideas, you can let your imagination run wild and it’s much more visual. Paula Taylor, Colour & Trend Specialist at Graham & Brown’


Moodboards take your ideas and make them tangible. You might have an inkling that blue velvet will look great with mustard walls, but seeing fabric samples and paint swatches together on a moodboard will let you know for sure. It’ll also help you to share your vision with the other people in your home and the contractors

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