BlogTour NYC sponsor nousDECOR intrigued bloggers with their hands on moodboard platform allowing you to create or re-create a space with any budget in mind. The idea behind nousDECOR is to be a a source to combine one-of-a-kind pieces that may be unique and rare with affordable or easily attainable pieces from retailers or etailers around the world. The platform is easy to use and we love the idea of being able to add an inspirational to the mix. Creating a moodboard has never been so simple.
Here’s how to create your own moodboards: Simply register on the nousDECOR.com website, click ‘create’ and you’re ready to rock. By selecting create, you will be able to name your mood board and start uploading your favorite inspirational designs or images and further choose products directly from the nousDECOR library in the left side bar to achieve your desired look. As an example, I wanted to achieve the above bathroom master spa look by Corey Klassen Interiors. I uploaded my inspirational image and pulled products similar in style via nousDECOR’s product catalogue with competitive pricing. Easy peasy.
For my next moodboard I utilized a fantastic Chelsea NYC Apartment Duplex designed by Erika Flugger of NYC Interior Design via her designer profile on Modenus.com. I thought it would be difficult to find design elements that best reflect this space. I stand corrected. I entered my search keywords “tufted bed” and voila, a variety of tufted headboards/beds in all colors and materials displayed. It was surprisingly easy to choose lamps and furniture that strongly resembled the Chelsea apartment.
Last, I wanted to create a mood board with inspiration entirely different from my previous choices. I chose to create based on a contemporary living room brimming with vibrance and color via Pinterest.com. I was pleased to discover furniture pieces that were similar in style without being a complete replica.
nousDECOR further discusses their mood boards, ” Our Mood boards make it possible to mix and match items for unique outcomes. We thrive on eclecticism and encourage creative ways to combine decor pieces, and that nous-French for ‘we’- means that we’ll be there to help you for any interior needs.”
Go on, give it a try and let us know when you’ve created your first board and share in the comments below.