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3 New Season Mood Board Ideas for a Super Stylish Home

Want a new look for the new season?  We’ve put together 3 interior mood board ideas to show how our products can be used in very different schemes for a super stylish home.  Also, a sneaky peek look at some of our new AW18 products!  Some people have a very defined style that encapsulates their whole house, but I’m a bit of a magpie at acquiring goodies and like different looks for different rooms, in order to give a space the vibe I want.  My bedroom is palest pink and gold, which I like for its sense of calm and femininity, my sitting room is dark and moody with lots of splashes of colour and, of course, gold, the garden room (opening onto the garden, obvs), is a green oasis filled with plants and exotic animal touches for a jungle feel.  So, whatever your taste try experimenting with different styles for different rooms.

The Daring Explorer 

Interior mood board inspiration- green and mustard yellow colour palette with animal prints and faux plants Unicorn Head Wall Decoration | Monkey Pendant Light | Faux Monstera Tree Crane Side Table | The Curvarella Velvet Chair | Zebra Print Cowhide Rug |Green Velvet Cushion | Dog Leopard Print Cushion | Monkey Bookends

The daring explorer is a fun way to add an exotic element to your interior space.  Large and lush tropical plants set the scene for a decidedly avant-garde look.  Daringly dark green lends an intimacy to this scene, but the addition of gold creates a lightness of touch that uplifts and bedazzles.  With animal imagery on the furnishings such as lamp shades and cushions you get a feel for the jungle, and make sure to add in some animal print for a really bold and on-trend safari style update, such as a zebra cowhide rug for the ultimate animal vibe.  For a contrast in colour, mustard velvet works well to a colour scheme like this and adds some luxury texture, along with velvet cushions.

Fearless Opulence

Interior mood board inspiration- teal and ruby colour palette with gold home accessories and faux plants Glam Gold Floor Lamp | Frida Kahlo Print| Sienna Velvet Shell ChairFaux Monstera Tree | Asha Patterned Shag RugEmilia Velvet Stool |  Freya Cushion Cover With Fringing |Gold ‘Rock On!’ Hand |Pink Neon Heart Light

Fearless opulence for the fabulous and fearless amongst you.  Dare you?  With the trend for rich velvets and exciting colourways this is an easy one to pull off.  With plum and teal and forest green as the main components of the colour scheme you only need throw in some gold for a truly lush décor.  All of these jewel tones work so beautifully together, so don’t be afraid to use the colour palette to it’s fullest here to really make the room sing. Again, a strong Hollywood Deco vibe to this interior scheme with the richness of colours, but adding in plenty of unusual quirky accessories brings it bang up to date.  Such as the ‘rock on’ hand and pink neon heart light bring an uber cool and contemporary vibe to this scheme.

Iconic Elegance

Interior mood board inspiration- blush pink and soft teal colour palette with pastel velvet furniture and gold home accessories Leopard Vase | Gold Tripod Side TableGold Deco Square Mirror | Marilyn Velvet Armchair | Palm Tree Floor LampTibetan Sheepskin Rug | Lalita Textured RugFaux Fur Gold Stool |Berry Tinted Wine Glasses | White Marble Shelf

Pink and gold décor is deliciously feminine and elegant.  In other worlds it can be shocking or dreary or sickly, but in the Audenza world it is a gloriously glamorous and feminine haven that exudes elegance.  Palest pink needs oomph adding to it to lift it up from the ordinary, and what better way than lashings of gold.  Seductive and sensuous gold, of course!  The tall sinuous palm tree floor lamp creates drama, and a touch of the exotic, whilst retaining a calmness.  For colour contrast, teal is the perfect partner that sharpens up the scheme, and it’s important to layer up the textures for a feminine space that speaks of softness and warmth.  All in all, there is a definite Hollywood vibe here, so play up the luxury for an elegant and feminine interior that is never dull (or sickly sweet).

Whether you’re looking for a complete revamp or just a tweak here and there we have plenty to tempt you with.  Just throwing down a rug, scattering a few new cushions and changing the wall art can make a room look so different.  But if you’re looking for a complete change, we dare you to push your own boundaries a little and step outside your comfort zone. That’s where the magic happens! We hope we’ve inspired you to try something a little different – which of our 3 interior mood board ideas tempt you?

Jacqui x

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22 replies to “3 New Season Mood Board Ideas for a Super Stylish Home”

  1. Fiona Mostyn says:

    Some great choices for some bold design schemes. Plum, mustard, blush and teal are key colours for this coming season and work really well with the velvet in your furniture choices.

    • Audenza says:

      Thanks so much, Fiona! I’m so glad you like the mood boards – we’re loving all of the jewel-like colours at the moment.

  2. Donna says:

    Oooh I love them all but the first one is DEFINITELY my bag!

  3. Susan says:

    The first one reminds me of Kimberly from Swoonworthy!
    I love them all but the jewel tones of the second is my fave

    • Audenza says:

      Oh yess, it does definitely have a Swoon Worthy air to it, doesn’t it! I can’t decide which I prefer – I’d have all 3 in different rooms!!

  4. I’m loving all three of these colour schemes! Well done on the nomination! You have my vote, I’m also nominated too 😀 x

  5. Marlene says:

    Iconic Elegance please ! however I am a sucker for grey and monochromes so I may choose to have less pink and introduce some black and chrome… I do love pale pink and white marble.

  6. Claire says:

    I am very into all the jewels hues! In particular dark green and mustard yellow!

  7. I love all of the colour combinations especially the deep plum which is something that I would not consider using.

  8. Maria says:

    I want to lift everything from your Daring Explorer scheme and go live with it all in my home!! Absolutely fabulous inspiration and, of course, you know you’ve already got my vote! 😀 x

    • Audenza says:

      Ahh thanks so much, Maria! I think I’d go for all 3 in different rooms of the house! Thank you so much for your voting in the Amara IBAs too – still not caught up on mine, but will do verrrry soon! x

  9. Catherine says:

    Very bold! I love your daring use of colour and design – some great inspiration here that I’d love to use with some of my clients!

  10. Wow, just Wow! I love them all in totally different ways. But the first one is definitely my favourite. I’m not sure I’m brave enough to bring massive gold unicorn heads in to my own home. But I think I could manage some bold exotic cushions and a lampshade. I adore your maximalist style and I love looking at your creations. I strangely find myself wanting a large gold palm tree floor lamp now. Never thought I’d ever hear myself say that!!

    • Audenza says:

      Ohh thank you so much for your lovely comment, Stacey!! It definitely takes a bit of confidence to introduce some of the quirkier pieces, but but I’m really pleased to hear we’ve inspired you to step out of your comfort zone a little! It’s not always easy to do, but the results are so worth it!!

  11. such fun mood boards you have here, I think I’d go for the explorer! Currently abroad, I love going around the little shops and finding small pieces of art that I can bring home – and I have found one such amazing piece that I really liked, will show it soon on the blog. You latest collection is fabulous girls!!

    • Audenza says:

      That’s one of my favourite things about travelling – all of the fabulous markets, small shops and plentiful inspiration. The Daring Explorer seems to have been the most popular I think!

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