Interiors and Wellbeing
What does interior design have to do with your wellbeing?
Interiors and wellbeing - the human touch for your home. So you are all set with your eco interior with sustainable materials, salvaged flooring, reclaimed furniture, eco friendly paint and recycled furnishings. What else do you need to consider? Think how productive you are in this room? Are you relaxed and content? Do you suffer with stress or feel uneasy in your home office or bedroom? Which room do you spend little time in? Your wellbeing is part of the holistic interior design approach.
Interior design is a sensory trade, pleasing the eye, touch, smell and ear. Each of your senses responds to the surrounding environment whether the experience is pleasurable or not. Your mood, health and wellbeing can be affected by the rooms you live and work in. Interiors can be designed to stimulate, calm, relax and enhance your senses and psychological reactions.
Definition of wellbeing in your interior:
If you are content with where you live or work, then you are on the way to leading continually happy and productive lifestyles.
High levels of indoor air pollution may lead to you feeling lethargic and unmotivated. Just the same as an interior that doesn’t suit your personality aesthetically can have a negative effect on you. We are all different so that means creating an interior which is balanced and harmonious with your lifestyle, more importantly an interior which is fine tuned to your individual wellbeing.
Your Home and Wellbeing Articles
The following group of articles look at your wellbeing within the spaces you occupy.
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