Step 5: The fun part!
Now you get into the good stuff, just click on your uploaded images to appear on your mood board. Have fun sizing and placing your images until you feel your vision has come to life. In addition, you can even curate your palette colours to match your items. All you need to do is click on one of the colours in your palette and then navigate to the top left to find the colour menu. From here you can either select from one of the default colours or pull the exact match from your photo.
Step 6: Sharing is caring
We’re almost there—the last thing we recommend you do is tag your sources—in IG you can do this directly on the photo when you share it, but if you are sharing in a location you can’t do that we highly recommend tagging your sources in some way so that anyone seeing your mood board can easily access the items in it. And that’s it—all that’s left is for you to download your mood board and share it with the world on Instagram, Pinterest or your blog.
Want to take it to the next level and really get your mood board working for you? Sometimes you have a challenge all the elements coming together—or the general idea is there but the pieces just aren’t right. It can be tricky when you have your heart set on a piece of furniture only to drag it into the mood board and discover it really doesn’t work like you thought it would. This is a great opportunity to save that version, then go back and switch out a couple things—maybe it’s just switching out your feature piece, or trying out different pieces of art, paint swatches or wallpaper—sometimes one small change can make your mood board suddenly come together in harmony.