Using Design Psychology to Create a Coherent Mood for your Bedroom

Sarah Seung-McFarland, psychologist and interior/wardrobe consultant

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7 Videos (15m)
    • Introduction

      3:11
    • Design Psychology

      2:04
    • Mood

      2:46
    • Favorite Past Bedrooms

      2:02
    • Seeking Inspiration

      3:12
    • Moodboard

      1:42
    • Final Thoughts

      0:29

About This Class

In this class we will use principles of design psychology to help you gather the inspiration you need to create a coherent mood for you bedroom.

During the class, you will learn skills to help you explore your past history of place, identify mood, and create a mood board along with an ideal vision statement.

By the end of the class you will have curated a beautiful mood board that offers clear, creative direction for your bedroom!

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This class is so visually beautifully! It combines my two favorite things: Psychology & Creative Work <3
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Traveller & Laptop Entrepreneur

Fascinating Topic! I really enjoyed the class.
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Sarah Seung-McFarland

psychologist and interior/wardrobe consultant

Hi! I'm Sarah, a licensed psychologist (Ph.D.) with a specialty in design psychology. After several years of practicing psychology, I felt the need to shift into a more creative career. So I started a design and psychology blog, worked as a freelance writer, and dedicated my time to learning all about interiors, styling, photography, and fashion psychology. I have since started an interior/wardrobe consulting business (trulery.com) that uses psychology to help clients create a space and wardr...

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