I have been doing mood boards for clients for just under two years now and at the end of every mood board I say, “I’d love to see how the space comes together. Feel free to send pics!” And, wouldn’t you know it, someone finally did!! I actually went to high school with Jessica, and it was so fun helping her and her new husband, Pierce, put together their master bedroom.
Here are the before photos:
Jess had a budget of around $500-$700 and wanted it to feel cozy and romantic. So I whipped up (I say that casually–these things I invest a lot of time in and I usually end up wanting to redecorate after I’m done) this mood board for the newlyweds:
Here’s how it breaks down (the abridged version):
1. (Benjamin Moore’s Richmond Gray)
2. A black-brown, versatile, affordable bed.
3. Crisp, white bedding
Pierce and Jess did a great job pulling the room together!! Here’s what she had to say,
So I FINALLY took pics of the finished room, mainly because I finally hung the lamps yesterday! They sat in boxes forever. Sorry the pics are a little grainy, I took them on my phone so the quality is kinda ehh. Don’t mind the cat chillin’ in the pics, he’s a camera ham.
I can’t thank you enough for your design with our room! We had a blast painting and redecorating, and now love coming up to this space. Also, I am now and forever a Benny Moore pain fan, that stuff is incredible, I feel like we could have put one coat up and been done!
Thanks a million! We couldn’t have done this without your design! :) Happy New Year!
Check it out:
It’s true. Their cat loves the camera. And the camera loves him.
Great job putting your own touch into the space. I especially love the art you chose for behind the television, “and if the music is good, you dance.” Love that. The music must be good often while I am cleaning the kitchen. I mean…
If you are interested in commissioning a mood board, shoot an email to [email protected] and we’ll get you taken care of.