“Design is coming to grips with one’s real lifestyle, one’s real place in the world. Rooms should not be put together for show but to nourish one’s wellbeing.” – Albert Hadley
Although interior design is not a new concept to us all, the idea has become significantly more popular within the last couple of years. We no longer simply pine for a space of our own, but to design it in a way that nourishes the self and any other person that might happen upon it.
According to Pinterest, searches for the word ‘mindfulness’ within the home decoration category surged by 248% from 2017 to 2018. We don’t just want a pretty space anymore. This shows a willing to create home spaces that are designed for functionality and wellbeing, as oppose to a fancy showpiece for your visitors.
This all being the case, we’d like you to enjoy and use this infographic which shows you how to incorporate the principles of mindfulness into your interior design in a way that will positively impact your wellbeing.
By Chris Thomson and Helen O’Keeffe
This graphic was designed by Helen O’Keffee; is an advocate of mindful home design. Check out her website and get your re-design started today… EZLivingInteriors
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