Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Another Great Inspiration Board



Inspiration boards certainly have done their dash through Blogland but I still love how individual one can look in an office or like this one above hung above some lovely pieces of furniture. The bigger the board, the better the look I think.


image - canadian house & home via delight by design

24 comments:

compulsively compiled said...

Me too! I'm inspired to finally make myself an inspiration board.

hypermom said...

Super nice! :) I am inspired to doll up mine.

the NEO-traditionalist said...

Ohhh this is lovely! I too adore the grand scale of it. Make me want to cover an entire wall of my office with cork board! XO

Gypsy Purple said...

I can never get enough of other people`s inspiration boards...always inspire me...

Hazy Day Studio said...

I love the flowers hanging from the top!

Cashon&Co said...

That one sure is lovely, If I was visiting this home or office, I would defintely be standing there staring for quite awhile at all the pictures and doo-dads.

Sherry said...

this is one of the best ones i've ever seen. love it.

Marija said...

Leaving a comment to second your opinion: YES! The bigger the better! Terrific image! Marija

Karena said...

I actually like a slightly smaller board and then rotate my inspiration images, colors, quotations etc.

Otherwise it seems to get lost on me and I don't take enough time to appreciate it all!!

Karena
Art by Karena

L @ Salt and Sentiment said...

So inspiring! I love that it is wild, lovely, colorful and unkempt!

timelesshome annika said...

what a lovely inspiration bord I wich that would be mine. I love to look closer att the pictures a the wants of the owner.
Take care
Annika

Ashley Yazzie said...

I love inspiration boards. I make one above my desk, and create a new scheme when inspiration has run dry. They truly do....inspire!

la la Lovely said...

Oh this is a pretty one!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!

LethaColleen said...

well...I adore inspiration boards and I think there is a good reason they have flooded the inter webs and continue to bounce up to the top again and again...there is just something so appealing about a collection of times and images pinned to the wall. I think it brings back a joyful feeling of childhood remembering scavenger hunts and the excitement in finding things in hidden in grandma’s drawers or old glass bottles dug up in the dirt out in the back yard. It’s just such a lively living thing the inspiration board!

Lyn said...

These boards are a wonderful way to organise the chaotic riot of inspiration that bombards those with a creative mind...love em!
I have put a little mention of you on my blog in this weeks post on powder rooms! I think yours is stunning xx Lyn

Iben Riis said...

Beautiful coulars :)
So many things going on but still is it so well put together.
Iben

Acanthus and Acorn said...

Me too...I never grow tired of hearing and seeing what inspires others!

Mademoiselle Poirot said...

Hi, I'm new to your blog and "first-time-commenter" here. The inspiration board really is - er, well, inspiring. I have one and collect all sorts of things on it that I treasure and like to be reminded of when I work... Anyway, really beautiful blog, I'll keep reading in the future :-)

purple area said...

Its like a beautiful mess, I just have to get one like that!!

Parisienne Farmgirl said...

I love these boards and have been meaning to put one up for A LONG TIME! Perhaps you have inspired me to finally do so!
Hosting a collection party tomorrow - come on by!

Andrea @ Andrea Reh said...

I never tire of seeing inspiration boards, no matter how many times I see them. I'm working on my own at the moment - it features millions of pictures from the films I can't get enough of!

Andrea
andreareh.blogspot.com

Cayla said...

I love inspiration board too. They are a GREAT way to keep track of all things you fall in love with. Large is beautiful (but hard to manage) making smaller ones with inspiration for each room can also be displayed as a large piece of art.

Anzu said...

Love the way all of this looks - the furniture too. I have had two screens made for my office that I use as inspiration boards and I use them all the time.
Haven't left a comment before but I am a regular reader of your blog - I think your style is stunning. It's a shame you don't have a shop in England!

Alkemie said...

I absolutely adore inspiration boards! This one is fantabulous :)