As much as I love hardwood floors, they aren’t always completely practical especially in the kitchen or bathroom where water has a pretty good chance of damaging those perfect panels. At the same time, I love the resurgence in popularity of tiled floors, and I LOVE the idea of using both tiles and hardwood in the same space with a seamless transition like these. It’s not a completely new trend, but I’ve been noticing it pop up more and more in my feed, and I’m not mad about it one bit! More inspo after the jump 🙂
I mentioned recently how I use moodboards as a starting point for creative projects, and I truly believe that plotting out plans on paper, by way of a moodboard or even a simple list, makes for a more unified and cohesive end product. It’s time I try to set aside to be creative and step away from the business half of things.
Whenever I’m starting a new creative project, I always start with a visual moodboard. You can create physical moodboards or Pinterest always does the trick (I’m a total Pinterest addict!… aren’t we all?). The most important thing for me is to map out my ideas in a visual way to get a better image of what I want to do, and to weed out the ideas that might be cute, that don’t fit quite right. Plus it’s just kinda fun, right?