3. Make a moodboard
A moodboard is like a microcosm of your finished room. It gives you the chance to see how all the colours and finishes are going to work together, and to make any last tweaks before you commit to your final scheme.
Moodboard must-haves include paint and fabric samples, photos of key accessories or pieces of furniture, and samples of any wood, tiles or other finishes you might be using.
When it comes to paint, it’s a good idea to try out the shade you have selected on your walls as well as your moodboard, as the shade may vary depending on the lighting in your room.
Still struggling to envisage how it will look in your room? Use the Vivechrom Visualizer app
to get an instant digital impression of how your walls will look once they’re painted.
4. Place your orders
Once you’re completely happy with your scheme, it’s time to start shopping. If you’re having items delivered or made specially, check what the lead time will be and order the items with the longest lead time as soon as possible so you’re not waiting around for them once everything else has arrived.
Not sure how much paint to order? Use Vivechrom’s paint calculator
to work out the exact amount you need to give your walls the maximum cover with minimum wastage.