It’s the month of love, and a perfect time to give your kitchen some TLC. If you have been dreaming about a kitchen makeover for a while, you may have collected some inspiration images from décor and interior design magazines, the internet and product brochures and catalogues, perhaps even on Pinterest. If not, we suggested you start.
These resources are the starting blocks for creating a mood board for your kitchen makeover. Mood boards are also often called concept or design boards; they can be physical boards or in digital format.
Putting your ideas into a visual format not only focuses your mind, it starts the filtering process when deciding on products, finishes and features because it provides a template to test their suitability against, while looking at the grand design scheme. If working with others on the project, it shares your vision and enables them to see what you see, taking the guess work out of the relationship.
What to include in your kitchen mood board: