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.
I created this moodboard for Pepper B.’s textile pattern designs, envisioning the rooms they would be a part of, and how each pattern interacts with the others in the collection. It helped me narrow it down to the 3 patterns, and 2 colourways for our first collection. Shop the full collection here!
Photos by Nicole Simmen