mood board


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mood board

n
a board used by designers on which samples of various colours and textures are mounted to help in deciding which elements complement each other
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Putting pretty things together not only looks nice, but it is almost like creating a mood board for your room as well.
Many people are afraid of colour and play it safe with warm neutrals, but if you plan your scheme carefully with a mood board and tester pots, you can't go wrong.
The students are now in the process of submitting a photographic portfolio of their work, a written entry about their career aspirations, a mood board and references from employers to be considered for the final round.
A mood board and floor plan is then created using Furnish, BoConcept's 3-D design tool.
Another good idea to assist you in creating your own personal palace is to create a mood board.
Not only did they have to design a three-course menu, they also had to design a mood board to show what the restaurant would look like, what food they would serve, what drinks would be available, as well as prices, furniture and layout.
Prepare a mood board of all your favourite colours, flowers, designs and any pictures you have seen in magazines.
For the competition, Laura had to submit a mood board illustrating her designs and ideas for a hair fashion show, inspired by Hollywood legend Audrey Hepburn.
Talk through your ideas with your designer and the mood board will help them to interpret your thoughts, which can be sometimes difficult to explain.
We also have to design a mood board, displaying our restaurant surroundings, logo of our company and the table decorations which we will be using.
Laura, who is also currently on the Saks Art Team Scholarship Programme, had to submit a mood board illustrating her designs and ideas for a hair fashion show.
Collect them on a mood board so you can visualise the finished effect.