Wellness journey is a process of searching for the appropriate “tools” to make you a healthier and happier human being, plus discovering your effective methods to use these “tools” for continued growth and development. Wellness covers so many dimensions – from fitness, living in balance, nutrition to joyful experiences, relaxation, healthy social connections, mindfulness.
How interior design can improve the way you live?
Good design supports health and well-being for all people, considering physical, mental, and emotional effects on building occupants and the surrounding community. Design is an organic, natural, harmonious need that we all have in Nature. Your homes should enclose a space that is deeply in tune with you and your soul and values. Somewhere you feel completely comfortable, in a happy and healthy environment where you can create pleasant memories.
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than one seeks.” - John Muir
“love of life.” Biophilic design is an applied solution to appease this desire for
nature by integrating natural elements and processes into the built environment. Design that connects us to nature is proven to inspire us, boost our productivity and even contribute to a stronger sense of well-being. Now more than ever, it’s necessary to bring the outdoors in and create indoor environments – biophilic interiors, that reference nature in both obvious and subtle ways. It’s more than just the addition of a pot plant or two!
Natural light, vegetation, good air quality, living walls, natural textures, materials and nature views will provide a positive
Ergonomics is the process of designing or arranging workplaces, products and systems so that they fit the people who use them. Most of the interior design that is ‘ergonomic’ must be comfortable for the user in terms of psychology, physiology and anatomy. Briefly, the best interior design should be comfortable, efficient, aesthetically pleasing at the same time.
Color psychology is the study of how color affects our perceptions and behaviors. The truth is that color can influence virtually everything we do, think and feel. It impacts our mood, wellbeing, opinions, behavior and emotions. The same color can have different meanings for different people, depending on a range of factors, including upbringing, gender, personal values, and life experiences. Also, it has an increasingly important role in interior design. Applying color psychology in interior design means not only combining the colors but also using the right color tone and shade that resonates and expresses your feelings and personality. It tells us something important about ourselves and – whether we realize it or not – influences so many of our life choices.
Our natural clock is in the part of the brain called the hypothalamus, which is linked to
photoreceptors located throughout the body (such as the retina). These receptors are
responsible for synchronizing our internal clock with the light we absorb during the day. Understanding the circadian cycle is essential because it affects the rhythms of the human body and influences sleep, mood, wakefulness, digestion, temperature control, and even cell renewal. Research shows that an adequate amount of light improves mood and energy levels, while poor lighting contributes to depression and other deficiencies in the body.
Minimize Stress by Reducing Clutter
Have you ever noticed how difficult it is to focus when you’re in a room or home surrounded by clutter? Having a messy environment isn’t going to help you in any way. It plays on your mind without you even realizing. According to KonMari Method, only keep items in your home that spark joy, discard the items that don’t, and organize everything in a way that makes items easy to find.
Incorporate the Four Elements in your home
Four elements were named to encompass the different aspects of the world – earth, air, fire and water.
The earth element is said to represent strength, power, and stability.
The fire element is said to represent regeneration and purification.
The water element is said to represent the flow of your life.
The air element is said to represent life, purity, and harmony.
Many cultures believe that incorporating aspects of the classic elements into your home can help you achieve balance and peace in your life.