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To feel comfortable and happy in our home environments, it’s useful to consider the interior design. The way that we style our homes contributes hugely to and enhances wellbeing and contentment. Luckily don’t you need to make huge changes to create a space that improves your well-being. To make a start try these seven ideas.
1 . Incorporate Nature
To design a home that enhances well-being, it’s helpful to incorporate elements of the natural world. Choose house plants for each room, taking into consideration how much space you have.
Choosing plants that are too big can make a room feel cluttered, so it can be helpful to take measurements when you are shopping for plants.
According to Psychology Today, using plants in the home or workplace can improve mood, productivity, and memory.
2. Go eco-friendly
Making your home an eco-friendly space can do wonders and enhances wellbeing, allowing you to feel good about yourself, protect our planet, and feel productive.
When you are choosing your energy provider, consider using a green energy company. Try using water-saving appliances from water-saving shower heads to dual flush toilets and eco-kettles.
Choose earth-friendly materials for your soft furnishings, including bamboo, jute, and seagrass.
3. Utilize your garden
One study in Science Daily reports a correlation between gardening and improved mental well-being. One of the best ways to utilize your garden is to start growing your own fresh fruits and vegetables.
You’ll improve your garden, and your mood, and live a more sustainable lifestyle. To get you started, try using the Veggie Garden Planner app for plenty of great tips and ideas.
4. Banish the clutter
A cluttered home can make us feel stressed and lethargic, and you may not even have noticed that your home is affecting your mood. Take the time to clear out the items which you no longer use; you can sell them or take them to a charity store.
Your wardrobe is a great place to start; most of us tend to hold onto clothing that we haven’t worn in years! For plenty of decluttering tips take a look at ‘The Life-Changing Magic Of Tidying Up’ by Marie Kondo.
5. Meaningful decor
When you decorate your home, choose a decor style that’s meaningful to you. Use your favourite colours, family photographs, and artwork that expresses your personality.
Creating a home is about designing a space that makes you feel comfortable, safe, and happy. Choose styles you love and think outside the box and away from the usual furniture stores. Art Deco bars are a gorgeous addition to a room and so unique that I am sure you will get many compliments.
Bland rooms that lack charisma can feel unhomely and temporary. Aspect Wall Art provides some beautiful wall art that you can personalize using the names of your family. Check out https://www.aspectwallart.com/wall-sticker-quotes/family/ for more information.
6. Comfort first
When you’re creating a home to boost your well-being, comfort should be your number one priority. Create cosy spaces using oversized floor cushions, soft throws, and calming candles.
Aromatherapy is a fantastic way to feel relaxed; try using eco-candles in scents like lavender, rose, and peppermint.
7. Calm colour schemes
Decorating your home with calm colours will help you to feel more relaxed and peaceful in the space. Try pastel green, duck egg blue or forest green. Green is a particularly great colour for the home, symbolizing nature, harmony, and positivity.
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