A moodboard is more conceptual – it’s your space for displaying the tone, the overall style, the way in which you want to use the space. Should you feel like your moodboard is running away with itself at any point, step back and think to yourself – inspiration and atmosphere. That’s all you’re trying to present here. A sample board comes next and is essentially a development where you start to incorporate the actual paint colours, fabrics, wood finishes and so forth that you intend to use. I’ll include actual brushes of the paint colours we’ve chosen, I’ll pin fabric swatches to it, and make it a very visual and also a very tactile tool so that my clients can imagine all of the elements in the room much more clearly than if they were simply photos. With both boards, the aim is to try to evoke all five senses, just as your resulting room will.