Find Your Calm At Home:
A Holistic Approach to Design

How Being Mindful in Designing a Home Can Change Your Life

Helps You Sleep Better

An ideal bedroom will provide an environment for rest, positivity, and relaxation. Thinking about your night time behaviors, routine and what is going to put you into the best space that is shut out the thoughts or anxieties of the day is key. This can range from surrounding yourself with warm lighting and soothing textures to making sure that your work space – which might remind you of lingering tasks – is hidden from sight.

Decreases anxiety & depression and reduce stress levels

While many elements of interior design have been associated with improved mental health, there are a few components that seem to be mentioned again and again. The effects of sunlight, spaciousness, plants and flowers, natural elements, color, and artwork have been extensively studied. When used correctly, each of these design elements can create an environment conducive to reducing stress, anxiety, and depression.

Improves attention & concentration

Visual clutter can be very stressful and it can cause anxiety to be in your space and can become problematic and cause a loss of attention and concentration. Clutter can actually be distracting and can limit our brains  as we can only focus a limited time on stimuli.

The magic of our personal spaces

For a space to better support you and your family and their needs, it is best to view your home as idiosyncratic and a  constantly evolving organism – just as we ourselves are. Curating an interior that makes you feel good  will take time and mindfulness and it will be a process of trial and error that is constantly in play. Your home should be more about the experience of touch and how one interacts in your space.  If done correctly, you will feel more connected to your space.

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