As some of you will already know from my previous post, hubby and I are looking to move house. I don’t know about you but one of my favourite things to do when finding a new home is to buy a few new bits and bobs to help put your own stamp on your new place.
I absolutely love the retro vintage interiors trend at the moment. So much so that I’m planning to incorporate it into our new home (whenever we find it!) I always like to theme my home decor, but something that I’ve struggled with in the past is bringing it all together as a whole. I tend to do a different theme in each room, with no correlation from one room to the next. With the new house I’m hoping to try something new, and try to bring all of the rooms together under one running theme. They’ll still have their unique colour schemes and own looks about them, but I’m going to try and have something that ties them all together. Challenge, set!
One of the easiest ways I find for decorating a new room is to create a mood board. It just helps to have all of your ideas together in one place so you can see if they’re really going to work together. So this morning (whilst I’m sniffling away in bed with a cold), I’ve made a start on two rooms.