In today‘s city-based, fast-paced lifestyle, stress has become just another factor that we don‘t give much consideration to. When we get home, it takes a while for the pressures of the day to ease off. Your home should be a haven away from these worries, so here are four things to consider when designing your relaxing living space.
Lighting with Dimmers
Light dimmers allow us to lower the brightness of our lights by reducing the amount of electrical current that reaches the light bulbs. This helps to reduce the amount of energy consumption used by the light bulbs, extends the lifespan of the globes, reduce electricity bills, and enhance aesthetic and a room‘s decor. Not only is this good for the environment, but dimming your lights to set the mood for a quiet night in with a warm and inviting light tone can do wonders for rest and relaxation.
Bring Nature into The Home
House plants have been known to improve air quality in a room, absorbing toxins and adding healthy moisture for better breathing. The mental rewards of growing and maintaining a house plant can help with anxiety and even prevent burnt-out depression. Two of the best plants to keep in your home are the mother-in-law‘s tongue for its amazing ability to improve air quality and lavender whose scent helps to lower stress and anxiety.
A sustainable and environmentally conscious choice as opposed to solid wood products, decorative wood-based panels will allow you to decorate your home and leave your mind at ease. A unique and diverse selection of colours and decors helps you to create a home which is suited to what calms and relaxes you. While some people prefer bright, cooling white and blue based tones, others may prefer moody tones to create their personalized haven.
Create Your Own Sanctuary in the City
When designing your stress-free sanctuary at home, focus on decors that will help you avoid feelings of anxiety, depression, and other health issues associated with stress. Candles in your bathrooms can help to create a relaxing spa effect. Soft textures, rugs to warm the cold floors in your living areas and kitchens will help you to feel at ease.
With these four interior design elements implemented into your living area, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom, your home will become the ideal location to let the worries of your fast-paced lifestyle melt away.
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