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Design a Home Centered Around Wellness for Long-Term Health & Happiness


Our homes play a vital part in our overall health and happiness. Well-designed spaces have the power to inspire feelings of deep relaxation and contentment. Every one of us is different, but keeping an uncluttered home can help to keep a home that promotes long-term health and happiness. It is essential to focus on the overall feeling you want to create in your home and keep that as your goal.


1. Your Home Should Function as Good as it Feels

We all spend a great deal of time in our homes, and while it is essential to ensure each space feels good, it should also be functional. Nothing is worse than a space that contributes to more stress because it simply doesn't function well. Everything should have a place as this helps keep a tidy home and shows that the house is functional too. Hiring a professional interior designer can be highly beneficial because creating spaces that work well for you while ensuring it promotes relaxation and health is a deeply personal task.



2. Design Rooms with Multi-sensory Experiences

Wellness is a multi-sensory experience involving both the mind and body. It's important to consider how your senses can be stimulated positively throughout the home. You may wish to include reed diffusers, soft fabrics, technology-free rooms, steam showers, or use colors that remind you of happy memories. All of these examples help to incentivize the senses.



3. Pull Inspiration from Nature

Nature is soothing to us all. This is why natural materials are used in spas worldwide and are perfect for incorporating into your home too. Look into famous spa retreats for inspiration on how to do this and what it could look like for you. For example, you could use stone, wood, indoor plants, clay homeware, and natural textiles.


Another way to incorporate nature into your home is to use colors that are likely to be found in nature to create a soothing and relaxing space.




The 3 tips I shared in this post scratch the surface of wellness-inspired interior design! Wellness looks different to each of us, so it is important to focus on what resonates with you the most and go from there. With our world becoming increasingly focused on technology, creating a home that promotes health and wellness has never been more critical.


If you're ready to create a wellness-inspired home that encourages relaxation, reach out to us. We can't wait to hear about your project.


Cheers,

Laura


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