Okay, guys – I’m back with a mood board for Henry’s bedroom.
Now, I’m waaaay behind the curve of mood board creation, but I did the best I could with what I had on hand.
So, this is what I’m thinking.
Also, lots of things aren’t to scale, so just go along with it. 😉 😉 😉
I’ve incorporated lots of grays, blues and natural wood – kind of a lakeside theme without too much of a lake theme, you know what I mean?
I’m hoping for it be somewhat of a grown up tween bedroom, too, but with plenty of space to change things up as time rolls along. For instance, the wallpaper can easily be removed and the picture frames can always be changed out. I won’t add wallpaper anywhere else in the room either, so that’ll make for decorating other spaces a little easier, as well.
I’d absolutely love to hear your thoughts and if you know of any good ways to make mood boards, let me know! I’m currently using PicMonkey for editing – is it worth it to purchase PicMonkey Pro for the background removal? Thanks, friends!
Thanks a bunch for stopping by, even with these super short blog posts this week!