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Whether you are in a creative rut, find it hard to figure out what goes with what, or just don’t care to think too much about interior design, sometimes you just need some furniture inspiration. That’s when our mood boards for interior design come in!

Mood boards have been used by designers of all stripes for many generations. Essentially, they’re collages of images, ideas, patterns, and so on, which we create to help us (and our clients) understand how things might go together. If you’ve ever spent time trying different outfits in front of the mirror to see what “feels” right for an occasion, you’ve essentially used a mood board to help you make a stylistic decision.

There are many different types of mood boards to help you explore new creative possibilities. Mood boards for interior design can be used to arrange furniture and homewares based on furniture styles, budget, colour palettes, new season styles, textures, and pretty much any other theme you can think of.

The great thing about mood boards is they’re useful for you regardless of what stage of life you find yourself in, whether you’re looking for ideas to furnish your first house or you’re looking for ways to bring new life to an already decorated home. You can save your favourite mood boards for interior design and use them to do more research online, or you can bring them in-store to see whether your ideas really work in the flesh.

The mood boards we’ve created for you here are just a sample of practically infinite decorating possibilities. Whether you’re set on a particular mood or you still find yourself wanting, we encourage you to talk to our friendly staff in your local store to help you nut out your ideas. With a passion for interior design tempered by their grounding in the realities of furnishing and decorating a home, you’ll find no-one better to help you feel inspired to create the perfect home for your family and yourself.

Inspiration

Mix it with Mustard

Warm desert tones contrast with cool ocean blues to ensure this reading nook feels cosy - and perfectly balanced - whatever the season.

Oh So Fancy

Wish your home was a little bit fancy? Try a French Provincial style chair and bench paired with ornate yet understated accessories in white, linen and silver.

Fresh & Fabulous

Bring the outside in with muted greens for a relaxed atmosphere: the perfect complement to reclaimed timber furniture.

Beyond the Pale

Surprisingly sophisticated, pastel hues have a calming effect. Sublime blues and corals are paired with pale grey to prevent the look becoming overly saccharine.

Colours of the Earth

Our desire to be closer to nature has influenced colour trends this year. Bring nature indoors with sustainable timber and a palette of tans, browns and greens.

Coastal Grandma

Yes, it's a thing. #coastalgrandmother blends coastal decor with cosiness. Think shiplap panelling, slip-covered sofas, rugs, baskets, ginger jars and candles.

Wild Ideas

A safari theme injects a feeling of adventure into a room. Try a wild animals wallpaper then add smaller accent pieces as you gain confidence with this style.

                 

Casual Sophistication

The decorator’s equivalent of a smart casual dress code, the aim is to find the ideal balance between comfort and style without trying too hard.

A Decorator's Delight

A gorgeous smoky grey/blue, French navy is a muted cousin of true navy - a softer choice for a wall colour to accentuate light furniture.

Book Nook

Create a cosy book nook with plenty of soft, plush textiles—think fuzzy throws and textured cushions - as well as scented candles and lamps. 

Blissful Oasis

Create a serene sleep space with shades of green. Be it a bold forest or a delicious pale sage, a green bedroom is both contemplative and calming.

Depth & Texture

A mix of patterns and textures can enliven a neutral scheme, adding personality and balancing the look.

Tranquil Moments

One of our favourite colour palettes, blue/greens are both calming and revitalising. They work perfectly in this reading nook paired with linen and crisp white.

Nail it with Nudes

Terracotta, apricot and blush are the core colours for a nude decorating palette. Easy on the eye, these on-trend colours sit very well with warm beige and rattan.

We're loving: limoncello

Symbolising freshness, happiness, energy and optimism, it's no wonder limoncello is currently a popular colour choice with home decorators.

Pair it with Pastels

If you love neutrals but want to lift them with just a touch of colour, try a soft pastel.  Misty blue with hints of crisp white works perfectly.

Beyond the Sea

You don't need to live near the ocean to enjoy its easy, breezy vibes. Pair weathered timber with coastal-inspired accessories and a palette of blues and whites.

Hygge Home

Nothing beats that hygge feeling of snuggling up on a cosy sofa. Slow down and enjoy little things: scented candles, mood lighting and a fluffy throw.

Bushland Retreat

Create a relaxing space to escape the hustle and bustle: a deep rattan sofa, midnight blue walls and Australian native-inspired homewares.

Mother's Day 2022 Gift Ideas

Stuck for gift ideas for your mum or nan this Mother's Day? We've put together our staff picks to give you some inspiration. 

Passionate about Plum

A red-purple, plum is luxurious, romantic and uplifting. It works beautifully with medium greys and timber tones.

Peace & Tranquility

If you crave peace and quiet when you arrive home then this classic colour scheme, incorporating neutrals and soft blues, is definitely for you.

Beside the Seaside

This striking coastal-inspired combination of whites, light neutrals and slate blue exudes confidence and casual sophistication.

Would you go nude?

A trend that's barely there, nude shades are anything but boring. Pair them with natural rattan and lush green foliage to really pack a punch.

Lounging Around

If you really want to relax (or snuggle) in style, invest in a super-comfy rattan lounge chair. Dress it up with texture, texture and more texture.

French Provincial Flair

If you love feminine French Provincial decor but your other half doesn't... don't despair! Choose natural colours and balance ornate pieces with clean lines.

A Space to Remember

Contrast – both colour and texture - is the secret weapon interior designers use to create visual interest and impactful spaces.

Classic & Timeless
Elegant, functional and incredibly liveable, these rich blue and white pieces will have you swooning for more of this heavenly Hamptons look.
Abstract Artworks
Abstract artwork prints liven up your home and reflect your personal taste and style. Use abstracts to set the tone of a room: this pair evokes a sense of calm.
New Beginnings

Representing renewal and abundance, green has a balancing and harmonising effect. Pair it with neutrals for a fresh, timeless look.

Modern Botanical
Bringing a touch of gold into botanical interior design gives a room a sense of refinement and modernity - just be careful not to overdo it.
Feminine Touch
Love all things pretty and feminine? Start with a peacock chair in white for a luxe vibe, add floral wall art, then finish with a smattering of pastel accessories.
Cosy Corner
Instantly transform an empty corner into a restful reading nook with a comfy chair and a few choice accessories.
Island Paradise
Retreat from the rat race with this tropical island-inspired scheme: think refreshing colours, lightweight rattan furniture and an abundance of natural textures.
Lazy Days
It's easy to imagine palm-fringed beaches, sparkling lagoons and lush rainforests when you set the scene with stylish and sustainable rattan furniture.
Perfectly Natural
Draw inspiration for your interior colour palette from nature and you'll never go wrong - just make sure the proportions are the same.
Black + White
Sophisticated and timeless - and a firm favourite with decorators for decades - a black and white palette lends itself to both traditional and modern looks. 
Hello Sunshine
From paint colours to essential accessories, this Hamptons-inspired look will have you feeling like you're permanently on vacation.
Hamptons Palette

Nail the Hamptons look in your home with a mix of shabby chic and modern pieces combined with washed out colours and accessories.

Small Space Solution

Trick your eye into thinking your dining room is bigger than it actually is: small-scale furniture with lightweight legs, a neutral rug and a tight colour story.

Warm & Welcoming

On-trend and guaranteed to warm up a cold room, tan is a terrific colour to try. Add punches of black and teal, as well gold accents, to balance the earthy tones.

Ocean View

Bring the ocean indoors with easy, breezy materials like jute and rattan paired with coastal-inspired accessories.

Spring into Summer

Soft, soothing colours like pale blue beckon you to sit back and relax. White furniture keeps the room looking cool and fresh for summer.

Natural Textures

When styling your home, it can be easy to get so caught up with your colour palette that you completely forget to pay attention to texture.

Cool & Crisp

Not sure where to start with a whole room makeover? Think small first. Start with a statement artwork (or two) and let the rest evolve from there.

Boho meets Tropical

Nothing says summer more than natural rattan furniture and lush green foliage.

Sea-ing is Believing

Effortless and calming, Hamptons style interiors favour natural materials in whites, blues and neutrals - perfect for the Australian lifestyle.

Inspired by Nature

Bring the outdoors in with our gorgeous new collection of nature-inspired homewares.

Soft & Subtle

Whispery soft colours are ideal for creating light-filled spaces. Enjoy liveable living rooms, romantic bedrooms and divine dining rooms with a 'hushed' palette.

Go Bold with Gold

Gold is a timeless neutral that really packs a punch. A smattering of strategically placed gold accessories will add a touch of glamour with very little effort.

Revitalise with Rattan

Transport yourself into the tropics - without leaving your verandah - with light, durable, ultra-chic rattan pieces paired with lush shades of green.

Coastal Chic

This striking combination of white-washed timber, light neutrals and navy blue exudes confidence, elegance and sophistication.

Earthy Appeal

Earthy shades of ochre, sand and rust are perfect for bringing the warmth of the Australian landscape into your home.

Balance & Harmony

The colour of regeneration, emerald green can instantly energise and refresh a room. Balance this eye-catching colour with plenty of neutrals.

Tantalise with Teal

A mid-century  modern favourite, teal is guaranteed to bring richness to a room. It pairs well with toffee toned furniture and really pops with gold accents. 

We're In the Navy

This striking combination of warm timber tones, light neutrals and navy blue exudes confidence, elegance and sophistication - perfect for a dining room.