Mood Boards

Moodboard Monday: Livingroom 3

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Moodboard Monday: Little Boy's Nursery 2

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Moodboard Monday: Baby Sky's Nursery

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Moodboard Monday: Kitchen Concept 2

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Moodboard Monday: Living Room 2

Rustic Feminine Livingroom

Triangle shade
zgallerie.com

White lamp
$105 - interiorsonline.com.au

African home decor
chairish.com

Red throw pillow
lordandtaylor.com

Anthropologie linen sofa
anthropologie.com

Wooden furniture
kathykuohome.com

Rustic wood table
$165 - interiorsonline.com.au

48" Agave Plant Live
onekingslane.com

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Moodboard Monday: Kitchen

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Moodboard Monday: Entry

Entry room concept

Red rug
chairish.com

Garden patio decor
jcpenney.com

Twin pack
arhaus.com

Red toss pillow
lordandtaylor.com

Ceramica Pinto 4 Clover Tiles
$125 - artemest.com

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Moodboard Monday: Living Room

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Moodboard Monday: Master Bedroom

It's Moodboard Monday, and here is a Master Bedroom to inspire your day. 

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Moodboard Monday: Dining Room

Below is a dining room moodboard that I put together. There is also a list of all the items included. Enjoy! 

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Moodboard Monday: Little Boy's Nursery

I'm changing things up a little bit on the blog here! I am going to be including the sources of products from my social media account's which I call "moodboard mondays". I wanted my VIP list to have exclusive access to all the sources that I use, in case you want to use them too! So here is the first in the series of moodboards: a nursery for a little boy. Below is a list of each item and it's source. Enjoy! 

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How to use Art to Create a Color Pallete

Creating a color pallete based on a piece of art is the easiest way to pick your wall colors, fabrics, drapery and other art in your home. If you are have a piece of art or are thinking of purchasing a piece of art that you love, base your color pallette around it. Sherwin Williams has a great program called Color Snap where you can upload a photo of the art you want to use and it will pull leading colors in it to create a color pallette. I suggest you have 5 lead colors (not including neutrals: white, black, grey, beige) to create your color pallete.  

urban dream photo color pallete

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Are you Mad for Mad Men?

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This is a design I did that was based around the TV series Mad Men's character Don Draper's office. It's bright and cheerful yet still a little psychedelic.   

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