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How to create a mood board and using blinds and shutters to complete your look.

Creating a mood board is a fantastic way to visualise the aesthetic of a room or space before you commit to decorating. For those looking to incorporate blinds and shutters into their design, a mood board can be especially useful. Here's a step-by-step guide to creating a mood board and how to use blinds and shutters to complete your look, presented by Royal Blinds.

Step 1: Define Your Style and Colour Scheme

Start by deciding on the style and colour scheme of your room. Are you going for a modern, minimalistic look or a cosy, traditional vibe? Once you have a style in mind, choose a colour palette that complements it.

Step 2: Gather Inspiration

Look for inspiration everywhere – magazines, Pinterest, interior design websites, or even your favourite art pieces. Collect images that represent the look and feel you're aiming for. Pay attention to textures, patterns, and colour combinations that appeal to you.

Step 3: Choose Your Materials

Now, consider the materials you want to include. For blinds and shutters, think about the material (wood, fabric, vinyl, etc.), colour, and texture. Royal Blinds offers a wide range of options that can fit any design scheme.

Step 4: Create the Mood Board

You can create a physical mood board using a cork board or a digital one using software like Canva or Photoshop. Arrange your collected images, fabric swatches, paint samples, and pictures of the blinds and shutters you're considering. This collage should represent the overall look and feel of your intended space.

Step 5: Incorporating Blinds and Shutters

Blinds and shutters can be more than just window coverings; they play a significant role in the room’s aesthetic. Use your mood board to see how different styles of blinds or shutters complement your colour scheme and decor. Remember, blinds and shutters can add texture, colour, and an extra layer of style to your room.

Step 6: Refine and Finalise

Take a step back and look at your mood board as a whole. Does it reflect the vision you had in mind? Make adjustments as needed until you are satisfied with the overall concept.

Step 7: Bring Your Vision to Life

With your completed mood board, you now have a clear vision for your space. Use this as a guide as you choose your furnishings, paint colors, and, of course, the perfect blinds or shutters from Royal Blinds to tie it all together.

Incorporating blinds and shutters into your mood board can dramatically change the look and feel of a room. They offer both functionality and style, making them an essential element in your interior design.

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