This all started with Pinterest, a vision and a plan. We made a list of the items we would need, and even with a list and notebook . . . what do you know? yes, a few extra trips to Lowes too!
We kept on track with what we wanted to complete each day – we basically zoned the project in half. Knowing where you want to end each day makes it easier to plan where it’s best and more productive to start.
So, remember with any redesign project starts with a few tools:
Once you know the style you are going for, the rest is fairly easy – the shopping, measurements, placement, and so on . . . Sometimes you have more than one style that you love, that’s okay I like to incorporate the styles by color, texture or pattern something that will make the eye flow through the room – not keeping making pit stops.
I use them to visualize what a home can look like when working on a Redesign Project. The mood board above is for our new place my husband and I found this weekend. We have had pictures (images) collected of what we want our new home to feel like. Stay with us to see how we will use these images to create a home that fits our lifestyle.
If you need help to get started with a project, start with a mood board. It helps when you’re making several trips to Homedepot, Lowes, fabric store, furniture store, looking at window treatments. This is the best way to communicate to people what your vision is for your new space. It’s a true time & money saver.
If you need help designing a mood board – please reach out to us, we would be more than happy to help you create a great communication tool for your next project.