The busier our lives get, the more important it is to make your home a place of retreat, somewhere you can recharge at the end of a long day.
Here are our top tips to create a home that is both serene and beautiful.
Colour me calm:
Little has such a dramatic effect on human emotion as colour. White’s calming capabilities make it a great wall option, with soft but uplifting colours best suited to accessories.
When it comes to your most well-used items, such as your bed and couch, quality counts. Well-performing furniture will create a comforting space.
Feng Shui following:
If your home isn’t as restorative as it should be, it may be time for the ancient art of arranging our living spaces to come into play.
Greenery is one of the easiest ways to breathe life into internal spaces – both figuratively and literally, with their ability to clean the air of pollutants and provide fresh air for concealed areas.
Cut the clutter:
Tackling clutter can be overwhelming. Break it down into manageable projects, such as one room at a time.