Why A Mood Board Is What You Need To Stay Inspired

Inspiration is hidden in every corner of the world. Once we find it, we should do our best to hold on to it. We need to quit the habit of saving our findings as pins on Pinterest or as print screens and notes on our phones. If you want your inspiration to last, try putting it on a wall. This is how to create a mood board:

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Monthly Mood Board: FP Movement

By Free People

“I’ve always been one to collect mass amounts of found images that I love. I’m constantly searching and saving them to a random file on my desktop, printing them out to hang, or pinning them on Pinterest. You name it, and I probably do it. The mood board became my friend quite some time ago. I love how they don’t have any guidelines, which gives you the chance to be fully creative, but working at Free People has given me an entirely new appreciation for mood boards. Walking up and down the halls of BLDG 25 introduced me to how limitless you can be, and how useful the boards themselves actually are. It seems like each wall and desk is covered with one; full of texture, color, and the unexpected. I started hanging posters on my wall when I was about seven. I started hanging leaves and flowers on my wall after my first day at Free People. It sounds humorous, but my, is it helpful.”

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How My Mood Board Keeps Me Inspired

By A Beautiful Mess

“Now, I'm a huge fan of Pinterest, and I have my fair share of project inspiration folders scattered all over my desktop... and my phone.

But even still, there is just SOMETHING about tangible, physical inspiration that stands the test of time. This is why I still buy design and art books, and it's why I couldn't wait to put up an inspiration board in my office!”

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Interior Inspo: Different Ways Of Creating A Personal Mood Board Under 30 Minutes

By Chapter Friday

“It’s easy to get distracted if you’re trying to get a big design idea across. Whether it’s choosing a new interior mood for your living room or creating a personal brand, a physical mood board is by far the best way to get inspired.”

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