How to Design a Serene Living Space

 

David Deem
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It’s no secret that our living environment can directly impact how we feel each day. As we become increasingly aware of the connection between physical and mental wellbeing, many luxury homeowners are gravitating toward serene living spaces that offer a respite from their daily stress. If you want a home that will promote tranquility in your life, here are several characteristics to keep in mind.

Soothing Colors
Although it may seem simple, changing the color of a room can significantly transform the way that it feels. If you want to make an area more relaxing, try to introduce calming colors, like soft earth tones, to put you at ease. In addition to the wall paint, pay attention to the color of your décor and how it can affect the ambience.

Ultra-Organized
For many people, living in a cluttered home is stressful, even if it’s on a subconscious level. That’s why organization is key to creating a serene living space. It’s important to have ample shelving and closets for storage, but knowing when to get rid of unnecessary items is equally important. Afterall, it’s difficult to unwind with a messy pile of junk staring at you.

Embrace Wellness
Home wellness has proven to be much more than just a trend, and if you truly want your home to be a haven of tranquility, then it’s time to join the movement. In addition to features like a home spa, meditation studio and massage room, you can also focus on other ways to embrace wellness around the house, such as creating the perfect sleeping environment in your bedroom.

Connect With Nature
Many of today’s buyers want smart home technology, but it’s crucial to balance that out by creating a space that feels connected to nature. After a long day of staring at your computer and smartphone, there’s nothing like being able to take in the scenic views and having a lush outdoor space where you can relax.


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