CREATE A DESIGN MAP |
It is better to visualize each room on paper (or computer) before starting your design process. Create a mood board for each room, with photos of spaces that you would want to base your design off of. Pinterest is the obvious go to for grabbing inspiring images, but also consider outlets like Houzz, Dwell, and Architectural Digest.
Once you’ve gathered your imagery, start focusing on specific elements of each image that speaks to you. From there, you can secure which colours, patterns, furnishings and decor pieces you would like to incorporate into your room.
We recommend creating a formal mood board for each individual room. There are great apps out there that you can build mood boards on. One of our favourites is Design Files , which also has items available to add to your boards from all the top retailers, from IKEA to Wayfair to Pottery Barn. They also have paint swatches from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, and more.