How to create a peaceful setting
for you and your littles…
The space where we while away most of our days should be giving us all the good vibes, helping to improve our well being and sense of calm…
And believe it or not, our personal surroundings are vital for granting us the healthy balance we need to shape a positive mindset and some deserved inner peace. As we’re all seemingly in pursuit of that final end to a year of chaos and disarray, we thought up some helpful suggestions on how to make your home environment as tranquil and stress-free as can be.
Staying home around the clock means we should absolutely be making the most of those faint gleams of light trickling through our windows… But for most of us, those short bouts of remedial sunshine are far and few between. When natural light is scarce in your home, there are many things you can think about introducing to your living space as a means to channeling a feeling of positivity and productivity – something we’ve all had in short-supply, of late! Full spectrum daylight lamps, light therapy lights and holistic lighting are just a few of the many solutions for replacing that dreaded dimness inhabiting your domain.
Our personal surroundings are vital for granting a healthy and positive mindset.
Naturally derived restorative backdrops are known to boost our moods, health, recovery and emotional well being, and these happy spaces rely on natural materials that evoke a sense of hypaethral peace. Making good use of neutral tones and simple forms also acts as a stimulant for building a connection between your home and the wilderness.
Functional, well thought-out storage is key for achieving that healthy ‘tidy house, tidy mind’ mentality, so think about minimalist storage solutions. Crates and boxes designed to be tucked away neatly will ensure you are free of clutter and able to make the most of the space you have. Knowing that everything has its place will foster an appreciation for the perfect balance of composition and harmony at home.
Over the past year, we’ve had no choice but to adapt to a new way of living; and while some of us have taken to it quite well, the rest of us may have experienced some slight growing pains and difficulty adjusting to a life spent mostly in doors. This repetitive way of doing day-to-day has had many of us longing for a designated space to switch off from our working heads or simply a cosy, quiet corner to read our favourite books and indulge in some well-needed meditation and time-out to gather our thoughts.