Create a digital mood board like a pro

  • Why digital?

    Tactile/3D mood boards are great for interior design projects where you want to play with materials samples or for vision boards that you want to keep on display. But a digital board is far more practical for creating different sections of a project and far easier to edit and share as your idea develops

  • What do I need?

    We'll use software that most people already have or can download for free. I'll teach you the best ways to collate and categorise your visuals to best get your vision across. No expensive or complicated software is required, just Powerpoint (PC & Mac) as well as a Pinterest account

  • "But I'm not a designer"

    This course is designed for creatives and non-creatives alike. I aim to demystify the process and show you that the same technique used by a designer to present concepts to a client can be used to share your home design ideas with a partner or even to plan an event or wedding

You'll learn >>>

While a 3D mood board is undoubtedly a valuable creative exercise to get the juices flowing and visualise your ideas in a tactile way, a digital mood board gets the job done far more efficiently. That’s why it's my go-to method for presenting ideas to clients or to use as a working document for an ongoing personal project.

  • How to structure your document for maximum clarity and impact

  • Why the process is as important as the finished document

  • We'll cover the creative stuff - how to make it look pretty

  • And we'll cover the nuts and bolts - how to actually build it


  • Do I need to be tech savvy?

    This is not a techy course, but a guide to organising your creative ideas. You need to know how to open a Powerpoint document on your computer. You can also use Keynote or Google Slides. I'll guide you through the rest! You'll also need to be able to save and retrieve images from your computer.

  • What type of content is in the course?

    The course consists of three lessons, all narrated screen recordings guiding you through the process.

  • How long do I have access to the content?

    Once you enroll it's yours for life. Useful for if you need a refresher in future.

  • What do I need before I begin the course?

    A computer, access to Powerpoint (or Keynote, Google Slides or similar) and a Pinterest account (not essential but helpful).

Social proof: testimonials

Loved it


Loved it and found it very insightful. Especially the bit where you said it doesn't have to be absolutely picture perfect, it's more about the process and getting the point across. I'm practicing on a friend who's asked me to help with an awkward entrance hall. Many thanks again for inspiring me to pursue this!

Really loved it

Froso K

Just finished your Digital Mood Board course...really loved it as it shows me that you can be successful by doing things your way. I love using Powerpoint for mood boards and you help me see this as a document rather than 1 or 2 slides all packed in. More importantly is the idea of creating beautiful rooms rather than these fancy mood boards which look too restrictive for my liking.