Transitional living room inspiration. Are you looking for living room inspiration? Or do you like certain things but don’t know how to put it all together? Here are two similar, but different mood boards that I have designed to give you inspiration and maybe help you see it all together.
Usually when I start my mood boards, I find initial inspiration from anywhere, disregarding the price. Once I get the look I want, then I start trying to find cheaper versions of each piece. Please note that I have not researched more affordable options for each item here so they will be on the pricey side!! Stay tuned for another post showing great dupes at great prices.
If I were to pick between these two mood boards, I would have to say this mood board (option A) is my favorite! I love the mix of materials and colors in this space. Neutral spaces usually have my heart but I think this is the perfect amount of color and the perfect amount of neutral-ness. (Is that a word??) Each furniture is different but they all work together very nicely. And that chandelier… If I had endless money, would be my DREAM. I use it in almost all my mood boards because it works with SO SO many styles.
I also love this mood board for different reasons than the first. This one is a little bit edgier and if I KNEW that my style wouldn’t change constantly, I’d actually pick this option first. It is a great mix of color and pattern. I love how the chandelier ties in with the ottomans. If I felt like this style was a little more classic and wouldn’t go out of style fast, this would be an absolute winner for me. I’d love to know your thoughts and which one you enjoyed most!
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