Moodboards For Interior Design
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- 1. MOOD BOARDS
2. sometimes called inspiration boards is a tool used by designers to help them get a good idea of what their clients are looking for. Can be Actual or Virtual. are basically collages of items such as photographs, sketches, clippings, fabric swatches and color samples. 3. Interior Design where fabric swatches and paint chip samples are grouped together on a poster to show a homeowner what type of atmosphere the new decor will create. Fashion -to highlight trends and styles. -sketches of garments as the main focus of the board. For establishing the aesthetic feel of a web site. 4. Things that can be explored in the mood board include photography style, color palettes, typography, patterns, and the overall look. The mood board is intentionally casual; it lets the designer start with broad strokes and get feedback before too much time is invested in the wrong direction. 5. Paint chips and other color swatches are also featured on a decorating mood board. The client can view the mood board and decide whether he or she likes the main design concepts the board represents. 6. Mood boards are a great way for designers to present their take on a theme to clients. For example, if a client tells a designer that he or she wants something cozy or airy those feelings could be created in many different ways. 7. B.S. Architecture 2 La Consolacion College Bacolod City Phil.