Mood boards are essential tools for interior designers because the look and feel of an interior or exterior space that will be created can be made more concrete for clients. Colors, textures, furniture, materials—these are just some of the things that can be placed in a mood board. In the same way, homeowners can use mood boards when they are considering to renovate the home or to give a particular room a makeover. For this reason, we have made so many mood boards in the Let it B blog to provide readers with color and design inspirations. Here are the top 10 mood boards in the MyBoysen blog in 2021.
1. The Coastal Vibe
Light blue and tan give that easy and relaxing atmosphere of days by the beach, as one enjoys sun, sand and balmy breezes from the sea. In these times when most of us urbanites are cooped up in our condos or homes, this color palette combined with organic textures like local woven fabrics of natural colors can add to this calming atmosphere.
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2. The Tawny Twist
Light brown to brownish orange—these are the tawny colors of the tiger. Golden and warm, these colors can lift the energy of any space.
Tiger markings are the way they are so that tiger scan easily blend in with their habitat. Not so when these colors are used in interiors. Paint your walls off-white then add dark brown to blond wood furniture. Make use of the many rattan home accessories that are available in the country. Bring in bright orange or gold hues by using these colors in lamps, fabrics, and artworks.
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3. Mid-Tone Rainbow Hues
Tired of the constant concerning news about this pandemic? Choose rainbow! These are the mid-tone colors of the beautiful rainbow. Uplifting to the spirit, these color palette can brighten up your day and banish the gloom. A must have for these times. Great for laid-back tropical designs!
4. Powder Puff Pastels
Do you want something more toned down the mid-tone rainbow colors for a pleasant and welcoming atmosphere? Choose these pastel rainbow colors for that cool and hip vibe. White can give a more expansive feel to a space but so do these hues. Just a hint of color can make the place look larger than it is. For the #teamputi, you can have those white walls that you love, then bring in some color using this paint palette.
Read more about the rainbow hues here.
5. The Subtlety of Sage
Start with olive and sage, and combine these with the colors of cream, lemon, white and mint. Add a sprig of eucalyptus and some warm grays to the mix, and there you have it! A serene bower where you can unwind and de-stress. These subtle greens bring a mellow mood, and would be perfect for a living room or a bedroom.
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6. The Lustrous Pearl
The lustrous pearl is the inspiration for this mood board. White, cream, and pink combine to create the perfect ambiance for a highly feminine interior space. This palette is for women who want a soft and delicate space. These are good colors to use for a woman’s bedroom, boudoir, or She Shed.
There are twelve mood boards in this post, one for every month of the year. Find out yours.
7. Boomer Blast
Bright blue, mustard and browns make up this Boomer palette. Lots of textures can be found in this mood board, which is what makes this board so interesting. Give vintage finds and heirloom pieces a modern twist with this well-balanced palette.
Do you belong to another generation? Check out what the palette we suggested for you is by playing the quiz in this link.
8. Monochromatic Pinks
This palette is all about monochromatic pinks for a restful and elegant look. The only accent are the golds in the mood board. Pink and gold is a winning combination just like a small, classic Chanel bag that will never go out of style. Add some dark green foliage to the mix and you’ve got something feminine and natural.
Check out other pink paint colors available from Boysen here.
9. The Red Edge
Primary colors get attention, especially red. It’s that hue that emits the come-hither vibe, whether it be in lipstick or on a wall. No one can ignore red because it is an intense, fiery color. It goes well in a child’s room as an accent color. This is also a good color for a living room or a dining room, especially if you are an extrovert who loves to invite people to your home. Not during this pandemic though.
If you are not sure about red, then just use it for an accent wall or on trims. But if you are the adventurous type, give red a go by painting this color on a much bigger surface.
Interested in reds? Read this post.
10. In a Blaze of Blue
Blue is a color that can be combined with many other colors. Blue goes with red, yellow, orange, white, green…the list goes on. Depending on its saturation, the mood it emits can range from staid to daring. This intense blue color channels the color of the skies or the seas. This hue goes very well with dark or light wood colors. Add cream or white and you end up with a crisp and fresh color combination that is a favorite of people who love classical designs.
Not your shade? Read this post and look at the mood board for aquamarine or turquoise.