Have You Cast Your Vote For Your Favorite Moodboard Yet? (There's Still Time!)


With the end of Mad Men looming on the horizon, now's the perfect time to start investing in some 60's-style furniture to assuage the nostalgia you know you'll soon be feeling. Except—if you enter our contest for our stylish mid-century modern-style sofa, you won't have to invest at all! Some awesome, promising moodboards have been showing up in our Style It to Win It contest, where all you have to do is create a moodboard with our custom-made sofa from Bespoke Furniture, Inc. for a chance to win it. (Oh, did we mention it retails for $14,000?). The moodboard with the most "likes" on nousDECOR.com wins, and so far we've got some great entries! Have you seen and "liked" your favorite yet? There's still time! Check out some of the most "liked" entries below and click the "Go to this Moodboard" button to vote for your favorite. And, if you would like to enter to win it yourself, there's still time for that, too— check out our contest page for a chance to win it!

first entry

User kaneramc01 created a modern, eclectic moodboard with some visually-interesting accents, described as,
"Bold blue creates a backdrop for a mix of natural and metallic finishes with colorful accents to add interest and a feeling of playfulness to the space."

second entry

Next, another moodboard entry is in true Mad Men-style with a mod, 60's flair. Burnt orange, fun patterns and midcentury-shapes are signature elements that lend the sofa a throwback feel.

third entry

Another groovy entry features some natural and metallic accents, which work perfectly aside the neutral sofa. We love the blue, white and brown scheme of the inspiration photo, which serves as a great model for the moodboard.

fourth entry

The sofa also works oh-so-well in a rustic, wintery cabin setting. As user tayla014 described her moodboard,
"I love this room i created because it is a mixture of my favorite styles: Cozy, Elegant, Contemporary and modern with a bit of charm. I love exposed beams and wood, I think it is a great way to add charm without going overboard on the rustic look."

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