Let’s be honest, moving is one of the least pleasant things to do in life. But we think that decorating a new house or apartment can be one of the most fun. One of our favorite ways to get inspiration is to create interior design mood boards to help get our design juices flowing. Using PicCollage, you can create collages featuring the colors, furniture, art, and other design elements you want to incorporate into your new space.
We spend lots of time scouring design blogs and websites to save our favorite pictures and products. Creating these moodboards is the perfect way to pull everything together in a way that really helps us visualize the space. Scroll down to see some of the moodboards we recently came up with.
We obviously had to create a Millennial Pink moodboard! (If you’re interested, this Bustle article on the hue is FASCINATING.)
We were scouring the Target website for some inspo and fell in love with all the deep blue accessories we came across, so we saved our favorite images to the camera roll and created this collage using the grid feature in PicCollage.
Another way we use mood boards is for a specific room in the house. The kitchen is one of our favorite places, so we want it to feel homey and fun. This moodboard shows the colors we love, the quirky mismatched tableware that we’re swooning over, and can we just talk about those kitchen chairs for a minute?
And finally, the gallery wall. It’s one of our favorite ways to decorate a living area, but it can also be one of the most challenging. You want it to look done, but not too done. Well laid-out, but not too perfectly done. So when we come across one we like, we obviously have to incorporate it in a collage for future reference.
So there you have it! Our quick guide to interior design moodboards. Have you tried this before? Tell us in the comments below!