Classic Feminine Moodboard | Breanna Rose

Man, it’s been awhile since I’ve shared a moodboard with you all. I think that’s because when the New Year rolled around, I was already knee deep in a bunch of projects and didn’t take on too many new clients. But now, there are a few starting to trickle into my schedule, including this one – which is for an interior designer with a classic / feminine edge. Overall, we are creating a brand that is classic, airy, clean, and modern. But with a touch of feminine edge. The latter can be seen in the color palette that combines pink and peach with neutrals and a deep charcoal. It’s always fun when moodboards look SO. TOGETHER. When creating these, it’s important to make sure that the images work together as a whole. Not just by themselves. That’s absolutely key in helping your client visualize their brand in moving forward. More soon on this one!!

  1. Vicky says:

    Nice moodboard, I want to see the final work! Breanna in a few days my blog will be in english too and I´m very happy! have a nice weekend!

    • breanna says:

      I’ll be sure to share it! Congrats on adding english – I’m sure that will be helpful for even MORE + new readers. :)

  2. Sarah says:

    I absolutely love this moodboard! The neutrals, light pinks and greys are very much speaking to me lately, laid-back yet sophisticated. Beautiful!

    • breanna says:

      Thank you. :) The client has some good taste in what she wants, which always makes it easier to work with. Thanks for stopping by. xx.

  3. Funny how just looking at this you can already imagine the logo and the whole visual identity. I guess it’s the sign that you did an awesome job creating the mood board ! ( And also, that it is TRUELY a helpful and crucial step in the design process !)

  4. Angel Y. says:

    Great moodboard! I love the photos you chose which are so clean and gorgeous. Can’t wait to see what comes of this!

  5. jaclyn says:

    The brand description sounds a lot like what you described as your personal style (I’ve been stalking your wardrobe/closet updates on your blog and Pinterest), so I’m sure it will be super fun to design!

  6. I love creating moodbaords. Even if I don’t have a client to create for, I like putting them together on a Monday to act as inspiration for the week ahead. Look forward to seeing more on this project in the coming weeks :) xx

  7. Oh my! I love this moodboard, so fresh and feminine but not too feminine :) can’t wait to see the final result!!

  8. Joelle says:

    So beautiful. I love how feminine it is without being over the top pink and sparkles and ruffles (as much as I love all of these things). Happy Valentine’s Day my dear! xo

  9. Kerry Rose says:

    These colors! I’m a weirdo and have already decided that peach & neutrals shall decorate my wedding. If anyone’s every crazy enough.

    Looking forward to the finished product!

  10. Noor says:

    I really love this! I have really been into mixing pastel with dark hues this year so this is right up my tree.

  11. Love this one! I always get excited for your moodboard posts! They’re so inspiring and lovely :)

  12. Ruth says:

    Can’t wait to see this one, love the tones and simplicity :)

  13. Marianne says:

    This is so pretty. I am so in love with light pastel color palettes like this and really like the contrast of the black.

  14. Jenn says:

    I love this moodboard! Also quick question, what is the font that you used for the word “focus”?

  15. Livia says:

    You’re moodboards are so beautiful! I really admire your work.
    Which program do you use to make them? (:

    Hope you’re doing well,

  16. Chloe says:

    Oh my, I love this. You have magically described my style, and so beautifully, too.

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