Creating your own moodboard can be a great way to give yourself that inspiration you need when designing your interior space. Yorkshire Fabric Shop have just introduced their new moodboard function and it is perfect for the interior obsessed to get creative and find new ways to design their home, without having to leave the house.
Moodboards can help with saving time, designing new ideas and showing you what fabric matches with what before making that all important decision to buy your fabric.
Yorkshire Fabric Shop have created this new moodboard function to allow all of their customers to use their own creative skills and create a personalised design unique to them. We have created a step to step guide on how to use this moodboard to your advantage.
You can find the moodboard section in the homepage at www.yorkshirefabricshop.com then click on the moodboard box at the top right hand corner. You can also scroll down to the ‘feature user moodboards’ section, where you will see lots of other inspirational designs. You can then start your own one by clicking on ‘create a moodboard now’.
Go to the fabric finder page and select some fabrics you would like to include in your moodboard.
Once you have clicked on the moodboard box or ‘create your own moodboard now’ option, it will take you to a page where you can sign in to save all of your moodboards. If you don’t already have an account then you can register here too. Once you are finished adding fabrics to your moodboard page, go into your moodboard and get started!
Once you have signed in or registered, you will be able to create or view saved moodboards.
You will then be able to create your moodboard. You are given the options to name your moodboard, change the background colour, choose background images to upload or choose images to upload.
The image options are a great way to compare colours with the fabrics Yorkshire Fabric Shop have on offer. If you were looking for curtains to match with an armchair for example, then you can upload an image of your armchair and choose some fabrics you think would fit.
When you have completed your moodboard, you can print it or save it to your computer for future reference.