Welcome to another Moodboard Monday feature! I do love this time of the fortnight. This time we’re using the title, The Great Gatsby and thinking about opulence, luxurious fabrics lavish parties, rich dark colours and romance. It’s a theme which fits quite nicely with a style that’s everywhere this season, called Salvage or Authentic, and features lots of recycled and reclaimed pieces that have a very natural feel.
And so over to my Moodboard for this week: The Great Gatsby
I’m going to be perfectly honest and say I found this one very tricky this week. Mummylish and I came up with the concept and theme but then I found inspiration quite lacking! However, I am very pleased with the end result. I was trying to aim for a rich look in both the textures and the colours and I think I’ve managed that. I love the snuggly throws and cushions, perfect for a cold night in front of the fire. But to really give it that 1920’s opulent feel I’ve added in the sparkle candle holders and accessories. For me, the finished Moodboard could inspire a whole room of decadent decor and luxurious living; quite like that experienced by Gatsby himself.
Bloggers and designers why not join up with us. You can follow the theme if you want inspiration, or you can create something completely different. The rules are below, and don’t forget to grab the Moodboard Monday badge from the sidebar and display it in your own post!
Moodboard Monday is a fortnightly feature where we create a moodboard inspired by a certain theme. The linky is also run by Mummylish over at LISH Concepts. But that’s not all…. Moodboard Monday is also open to you!
- Create your own Moodboard by either following the theme this week or using your own ideas. The Linky will be open for 2 weeks.
- You can create your Moodboard any way you like, with an actual magazine collage scanned in or photographed or using the computer ie. photoshop, picmonkey, olioboard or Polyvore. You could even use a selection of photos/images in your blog post separately to create your Moodboard.
- You may want to focus on interiors one week and fashion the next, you may want to use your own photography or images – anything goes, feel free!
- If you would like some ideas about how to create your moodboards check out the LISH tutorial on How to create the perfect moodboard.
- Post your Moodboard on your own blog and then link up below.
- You can also link up at the LISH Concepts Moodboard Monday feature too.
- Grab the Moodboard Monday button from the sidebar and include it in your blogpost.
- Comment on others that have linked up and share some Moodboard Monday love!