The Best Way to Predict Your Future is to Create It. Abe Lincoln
If you want to nearly guarantee your success, both in life and a project, you need to start with a proper plan. I’m a super visual person, so I need a mood board. Some pretty big stuff has been brewing in the studio but before I dive in, I always take a step back and really consider the outcome. I always do the same for my clients.
I’ve also got my ear to the ground for trends. It’s one of the things my clients like about me, especially if they are getting ready to invest in a major overhaul.
So, today we are creating tomorrow. I’ve rummaged through my bins and bins of supplies and selected a mood boad that predicts what tomorrow will bring:
Green, more nature, more organic materials, more vintage, more authenticity, more story. More Freedom.
Whether we realize it or, design is always connected to life. It speaks about what we value and right now the push is definitely going towards nature and deeper authenticity. We want to live in homes that feel real… and truly connected to our story. We’ve grown tired of mathematically correct spaces and we are making almost a unanimous demand for something achievable.
What does that mean for you? I hope it will make you feel as excited as it does me. It smells a little like freedom to me! Oh, to have the world of possibility at our fingertips and the freedom to pursue whatever it is that makes our house feel like home.
If you were to predict the future, what would you hope to find in it?
Photography and Styling: Valentina Fussell