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Mood Boards: Fresh Farmhouse Family Room

Since spring is finally here, I thought I’d whip up a fun family room mood board for you guys. I love mood boards. They’re a great way to throw things together to get a feel for how they will work in your space. You can play with the colors and textures virtually (and hopefully save yourself from buying endless accessories and things that just won’t work.) You know when you go to the fitting room in the store to try on that fab pair of skinny jeans you love? But then you discover, they just don’t look as hot as you hoped? Well, mood boards are your house’s fitting room.

So let’s get started! I absolutely love Joanna’s farmhousey feel in her designs, but sometimes I like to mix in a little modern pop of color too. So here’s my take on a fresh farmhouse family room, perfect for spring:

Add some #fixerupper style and a pop of color with mood boards! This fresh #farmhouse family room mood board is perfect for spring. Sources & links listed on the blog | theharperhouse.com

  1. SOFA
  2. ART
  3. TREE
  5. SIGN
  6. TABLE (similar)
  8. LAMP
  9. CLOCK (similar)
  11. CURTAINS (similar)
  12. CHAIR
  13. STUMP
  14. CANDLE
  17. VASES
  18. FLORAL
  20. g PILLOW
  22. RUG

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So what did you think? My favorite thing in the whole design has got to be this:

Teil Duncan Coral_Cow

I mean, you can never go wrong with a pink cow print right? Teil Duncan is an absolutely amazing artist based in Charleston, SC. I recently gifted myself with this print for Valentine’s Day (much to my hubby’s delight since he didn’t have to shop!) Her use of color is mind blowing – be sure to check out her awesome instagram account that will leave you drooling and wanting to grab your beach bag stat!



Let me know what you think! Do you like mood boards? Do you think they help give you ideas of what works and doesn’t work in your space? Would you like to see me create more mood boards in the future or are they totally not your thing? I’d love to know! Leave your thoughts in the comments.



Have an awesome week!



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  1. Love the mood boards! And this one has a lot of the things I love! Really like the Fresh Farm house style

  2. I love the mood board!! Keep ’em coming! Unfortunately, I can’t slow down long enough to create something like this, but I appreciate those who can!! Your choices are great!

    1. thank you so much Melony! Yes, they do take a little while to put together but I think they’re so fun 🙂 Thanks for visiting!

  3. Is your mood board services up and running? I’m very, very interested in having you help me! LOVE your style 😉

    1. Hi Abby, I’d love to create a custom mood board for you! I haven’t had a chance to set everything up on my blog yet, but I will email you with more info. Thanks so much for stopping by 🙂

  4. Hi Christy! Thank you so much for including my letter pillow in your gorgeous mood board! Love your collection!! 🙂

    1. You’re so welcome Leonie! I absolutely LOVE all your gorgeous pillows! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

  5. I can’t figure out how to make a mood board on my chrome. I have to use my son’s mac. Any suggestions? Thanks.

    1. Hi Tara 🙂 I was actually thinking of creating a video soon of how I do my moodboards! I created this one in Polyvore. It’s a super fun site where you can save items to your collections (you can install a bookmarklet to pin things from other sites, or you can just heart other users items to add to your collection) and drag & drop them onto a moodboard. There’s a ton of people using it for fashion/magazine layouts but I love to use it for interior design. The only drawback is, it creates square moodboards. To remedy this, I take a screenshot of my square moodboards and then pull those pics into photoshop (or you could use pic monkey or some similar software), then I stack those 2 squares on top of each other to create a nice long image. If you don’t mind a square moodboard, then you don’t even need to do that step! Hope this helps – thanks for visiting my blog 🙂

  6. I LOVE this particular mood board. I especially love the rug because it looks soft AND natural. Unfortunately the linked site discontinued it. Could you possibly tell me what kind of rug it was?? It may be my dream rug.

  7. I love your mood board, How much do you charge to make a mood board, I think it would really help bring my favorite things together. Im trying to figure out what I want in my bed room.

    1. Thanks so much Pamela 🙂 My moodboards are a flat fee of $100 (mainly because I spend hours sourcing items and they’re quite time consuming.) I’d love to help you with your bedroom if you’re interested! You can email me at christy @ theharperhouse . com (with no spaces between.) Thanks for visiting my blog!

  8. Hi,
    what a cozy warm room. 🙂 How did you cut out your objects so perfectly when creating your mood board?

    1. Thank you so much Autumn! I use photoshop to create my mood boards. It allows you to delete backgrounds, but most furniture & decor websites have pics of items on white backgrounds now to make our lives a little easier. If you don’t have Photoshop, you could try using Canva which is a free online program. Hope this helps!

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