How to design easily moodboards // AD

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Moodboards are a brilliant way to help visualise a space. You can work out how different colours, textures and materials will look together in the space that you are creating or redesigning. I put together a number of moodboards whilst we renovated our Victorian home. The previous owners had been here for almost half a century. I had a big collection of various floor, paint and textile samples and moodboards were a useful way to see what worked together and what didn’t. Moodboards also proved to be a good way to sell my ideas and vision to my key ‘customer’, aka Mr Nordic. He sometimes needed a little more convincing that things were going to look great when finished!
Corian® Design has a created a brilliant web app The Moodboard Maker, that allows designers and homeowners to create unique inspiration boards to help them design beautiful spaces. It’s super-simple to use and takes just a few steps to complete:
• First choose the style that most represents you – I really liked minimal, modern and relaxed styles
• Each style has a unique mosaic shape and different textures that you can choose from
• Select a Corian® swatch for your mosaic and then add other images, patterns or textures
• You can then save, print or share your moodboard with your social network
I used The Moodboard Maker to visualise my kitchen seating corner. I combined Corian surfaces and photos of the different textures and colours I have in the seating area – looks pretty good, doesn’t it? It was such a fun and easy app to use, so I created loads of them. Here are just chosen few :).
Go create your own moodboard over at The Moodboard Maker.

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