Tag: interior design for wellbeing

The benefits of using natural materials at home

The benefits of using natural materials at home

I love using natural materials as part of an interior design for wellbeing. Materials such as wood, stone and cork can be better for our health than their synthetic equivalents; they create a general sense of wellbeing, and are often better for the environment. They 

How to create a sanctuary at home

How to create a sanctuary at home

During the current coronavirus crisis we’re being forced to get more of our needs met by our living space, rather than seeking fulfilment in the outside world. Interior design for wellbeing has never been more important. As our homes become workplaces, we need them to 

Interior design for wellbeing

Interior design for wellbeing

Iโ€™m a great believer in the importance of designing homes that feel good as well as look good. But thatโ€™s easy to say โ€“ what does interior design for wellbeing mean in practice? Designing for wellbeing Your living space is an extension of your emotional 

What does your home say about you?

What does your home say about you?

Our homes are not just living spaces, but emotional spaces. They express a whole load of conscious and unconscious truths about ourselves (I know, it’s scary!) Iโ€™ve always believed this and it informs the way I approach shaping my own home as well as those