Launching the FORM Inspiration Guide
Take a look inside the FORM Kitchen Inspiration Guide, a launch-companion for your next project. Our Guide has over one hundred ready-made Element Boards making it easy to find the right materials for the style you love. Just pick a board and shop the look. If you’d rather build your board from scratch, read on and we will show you our approach.
February 9, 2024
Get inspired, shop the look
With more than 1000 projects completed, the FORM team realized customers don’t always want more inspiration. What they're after is a cohesive, put-together look and feel. That's why we've distilled our most popular, made-to-order FORM projects into a collection of Element Boards. Our guide cuts through the noise, offering a series of boards neatly categorized into themes. Dive into the theme you like and explore the corresponding Element Boards inside.
“What if it could be simpler, faster and more rewarding to remodel?”
Coordinate your style with confidence
Drawing from our experience in kitchens, laundries, mudrooms, media rooms, and bedrooms, the Inspiration Guide is designed to effortlessly coordinate the look you love with confidence. No two FORM projects are the same, but every Element Board is a reflection of our commitment to personalized, tailor-made designs throughout the home.
“I know what I like, when I see it.”
We’ve done the work for you
Think of our Element boards as a moodboard, evolved. They don’t just organize your ideas; they break down real ideas into tangible, shop-able elements. They give you the exact elements – from cabinetry to countertops, from fixtures to finishes – allowing you to visualize and then buy the look you love. It’s about coordinating materials and having real-world sample references at your fingertips.
“It’s a shortcut to success, because I know this look will work.”
Exciting brands complete your look
FORM’s brand marketplace has some of the most stylish destinations for in-home design and decor, making it even easier to shop the total look. Walk on luxury with Stuga flooring, elevate your surfaces with Caesarstone counters, brighten up with Schoolhouse lighting, add character with Fireclay Tile, and set the mood with Backdrop paint. Talk to your FORM Designer about our brand marketplace discounts.
“I wish I’d had this much help on my last job.”
Getting started? Just Pick A Board
Start with a ready-made Element Board from our collection.
1. Pick a ready-made board
2. Coordinate materials with confidence.
3. See real-world sample references ready to gather quotes.
4. Use the board as a style guide for everyone on the team.
Starting from scratch?
Build your own board in 4 steps
Here's how to deconstruct your own images and build a board from scratch.
Step 1: Collate Your Style Favorites
Start by shortlisting your inspirational images. These are the seeds of your future kitchen’s aesthetic.
Step 2: Analyze Your Style Favorites
Look at your favorite images and pinpoint the elements that captivate you. Is it the mid-century lighting, the central island layout, or the streamlined dark cabinetry that speaks to you? Write these down, they will help you decide which images provide what type of inspiration.
“This is the most exciting part for me, I have been Pinteresting for years.”
Step 3: Find Your Northstar
Choose one or two images that will guide the rest of your selections. This will be your design anchor, your Northstar.
Step 4: Your Board
FORM’s brand marketplace has some of the most stylish destinations for in-home design and decor, making it even easier to shop the total look. Walk on luxury with Stuga flooring, elevate your surfaces with Caesarstone counters, brighten up with Schoolhouse lighting, add character with Fireclay Tile, and set the mood with Backdrop paint.
“Having a template kept me focussed.”
Supporting Inspiration through to Installation
Together with our Inspiration Guide, our Project Handbook is a companion to help customers remodel, with less stress and more success - one chapter at a time. It’s free to download both books. Reach out with any questions, or feedback. It’s never too early to jump on a call.