Olioboard on the Nate Berkus Show






Olioboard is the digital version of saving all of your room ideas- swatches of fabric, images of furniture and flooring.  


You can browse real products, upload pictures of your own items or space and create a digital moodboard to share.  It can be e-mailed and easily showcased on a website or facebook and Twitter.  Changes can be easily made too.  Prices are available for items, which helps designers keep track of cost and stick to a budget.  The items on Olioboard are from real retailers and each item can take you directly to the store for purchase.

Join Sheilah MacSporran and Cole Mackin to see what they've created.  It is super fun and a great help to interior designers.  Olioboard also has a fan room page on Facebook and a fan Twitter page.  Olioboard fans are helpful, friendly and fun.  It is a great way to meet people who share in interior design as work or hobby, exchange ideas and take part in some of the sponsored contests.





Dorm Room with Olioboard





Designed using these items:


Galactic Floor Lamp from Zinc Door $413.00


Condo side table 


Sling Red Ottoman $319


$24.99 Keys K Print from Dormify.com

Sorority button set from Dormify $7.00



I won $200 through Dormify for my Olioboard dorm room design.  I have also purchased many graduation gifts from Dormify and people love them.  The removable decals are awesome.  I had one in my classroom and my middle school students absolutely loved it.
These are some of the gifts I have purchased from Dormify:

These headphones are cool and are perfect for times when you want music and your roommate wants quiet.  For use anywhere!

Only $14.99

This is the chandelier decal I had that was a huge hit


Only $40

Aren't these speakers cute?  Small and a great pattern.  They have other patterns and colors
Only $14.99 - that is amazing!



Here is another dorm room I designed on Olioboard.com



















REGENCY SHOP

They offer 10% off on any non-clearance item and 5% off on clearance items.

Check out these beautiful pieces from Regency Shop!

Clearance item coupon code: NOW5OFF
Regular Item code: 10OFF
 
These can be entered right at the time of checkout

What I respect about the Regency site is that it does not try to make the consumer believe that their products are originals.  They explain and even offer history of the original, which is really great.  Their products are way more affordable and look exactly the same.




I totally want these Barcelona style chairs.  These are not actually Barcelona chairs but an interpretation of the chair for way less money.  These Ibiza Chairs sell for only $599.00.  That is an unbelievable price for such a chair!  I just spent five days in Napa Valley where I saw these and in one of the places, I mentioned that I wanted some Barecelona chairs, and the man from guest services said, "just so you know...those are each $5,000."  I think I am going to have to check these out from Regency Shop instead! The original was designed by Lilly Reich.  
I think I like the white the best.  They come in other custom colors for an extra fee.





How about this cool hanging bubble chair?  I have seen these in a lot of decor lately.  This would be so cool in a basement or a contemporary home.  I would have loved one of these in my dorm room (back in the day). This typcially sells for almost $1900 and Regency carries it for only $799.




These comfy chairs are super comfortable (thus the name).  If you have ever sat in one, you know why they are called "Womb Chairs."  This version of a womb chair is by Eero Saarinen and Regency carries them for only $799 but they usually sell for almost $1700.  That is a huge deal! I cannot decide which color I prefer.  Tons of colors from which to choose AND they come in cashmere!!!  Who wouldn't want that?








West Elm Sponsored Olioboard Contest!

Contest judged by Beth from Home Stories A to Z












 Images below are from Home Stories A to Z








Here are some of my more recent Olioboards:

This board is my entry for the West Elm sponsored contest.  I tried to create a living room with a combination of warm tones, contemporary and traditional elements and a mix of pattern and material.


This was one of my Zatista art contest entries.  Here, I wanted the art to be the highlight of the room and I wanted to keep a contemporary and monochromatic look in keeping with the art.


This is another board from the Zatista art contest.


This board was for a cruise ship room contest.