Feeling Moody

I am in one of those moods where all I can think about is my upcoming move. This zone does not consist of practical moving things such as packing and logistics. No, no. All I can think about is color schemes, textures, prints, roman shades, curtains, bed frames, and pillows. I literally can’t get my mood board out of my head. It is hard to even blog when I can’t think about anything other than my perfect scheme. Then I remember, this is a design blog and I have so many opinions I can count on.

I would love your thoughts. You will see a lot of white, blue, green, and neutrals (SHOCKING!). Obviously, my whole house will not be predictably monotone. I plan to have an eclectic variety of accessories and color. However, I do want to be consistent and have a chic and easy flow. So what do you think- too predictable and safe, or should I stick with what I love? After all, wouldn’t you rather live in an atmosphere that puts you in a good mood? Many of these pieces I have purchased already or plan to purchase, but the fabric is all up in the air…and depending on my mood. 🙂
The Potted Boxwood Mood Board

From top right clockwise: Schumacher Maharajah Silk Velvet, Wisteria Lantern Chandelier, Chiang Mai Dragaon Alabaster, Carole Bengal River Fabric, Ballard Designs Paneled Tablecloth, Ballard Designs Green Velvet Custom Panels, Sisal Rug, Barclay Collection Sofa from Restoration Hardware (on MAJOR sale at Restoration Hardware warehouse sale in Hurst Texas).

The Potted Boxwood Mood Board 2

Blue and white umbrella holder, Quinn club chair by Society SocialKravet Xu Garden by Windsor Smith, marble and gold console table from Wisteria, and Zig Zag Grey fabric.

The Potted Boxwood Mood Board 3

Chinois pattern by Mary McDonald for Schumacher, Leotnine Linens, Jana BEK Design brushstroke lamps, Schumacher Raja Embroidery Sky, acrylic ghost lamp, and fur throw.