E-Design // Mood Boards

E-Design Projects // Past and Current

We've been working on some great E-Design projects and creating oodles of of mood boards lately. Creating concept imagery and mood boards are integral to the design process for me. I am extremely visual so I need to see everything put together, switch pieces in and out easily so I can see the overall vision. I do this for both online and local clients. It's my favorite part of the job outside of having "aha" moments alongside my clients. I thought I would share some e-design work we've completed and working on:

An eclectic-chic guest bedroom for a couple in San Francisco:

A current project: This funky-chic kitchen I'm designing for a client in sunny Florida:

A beautiful boho modern in-law for a cool Los Angeles couple: 

A lot of love and thought goes into each of these spaces. I treat the design process as if it's my own home - a real labor of love! If you're interested in having us work with you to design your dream space, email us!

info@studiomatsalla.com

xo, Vanessa

Indigo Lovin' Living Room

This mood board was fun to create for my lovely E-Design client. She asked for a mature space with clean lines yet not not too stark and empty. Remember my scary obsession with all things indigo in this DIY post? Well, I'm still swooning. I grounded the room with this indigo & timeless rug and added modern and unique pieces to keep the cool vibe of the room. I added my signature touch of global textiles to give the room a pop of color and intrigue. You can shop all of these items in the links below if you so please.

xo, Vanessa

Rug :: Chandelier :: Sectional :: Console Table :: Coffee Table :: Lumbar Pillow :: Indigo Pillow :: Walter G Pyramids Chalk Linen

E-Design Project: The Gentleman's Den

I thought I'd share an E-Design project I'm working on for the most dapper of gentleman. My client requested a vibe that will last the test of trendy time. He wanted warm colors, paired with a slightly modern touch, all while remaining pretty masculine. He also asked me to be an oxymoron. Just kidding. (Did anyone get that? Is this thing on?) Alright, here I go. 

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There's an awesome hotel in Los Angeles called the Pali Hotel that I always stay in when I'm town. The decor is dark and masculine and far from trendy. It's just really coolI immediately registered the interiors from this hotel in my mind as my inspiration for this project. I started with an over-dyed emerald rug as my staple and designed a warm atmosphere around it. I went with a mid-century theme and kept it casually-cool.

If you're interested in E-Design services and don't know where to start, you can learn more about how my process works.

Sources for this design:

Paint - Sconces - Bed - Chair - Art - Console 

xo, Vanessa