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Bringing mindfulness to your living space


Escape the hype and business of working life by creating a mindful living space where you can retreat to on your return home.

There are a number of ways in which you can bring calm to the chaos and create a place of relaxation.

Muted colour schemes

A soft colour palette that is easy on the eye is often a key game player in creating a serene space. Whatโ€™s more, itโ€™s proven that pastels or muted colours often have a mood-boosting ability!

Incorporate Natural Textures

Adding textured items such as wood, foliage and twine are perfect for incorporating into a mindful space.

Bringing the outside in with foliage is perfect for creating a sense of calm, plus its often renowned for its stress relieving qualities and improving air cleanliness too.

Adding twine or jute to cushions or a foot stool is perfect for adding relaxing elements to your home, plus an array of wooden crates or straw baskets itโ€™s a wonderful way to keep the clutter at bay.

Natural lighting is a must!

Make sure natural light is pouring in! Research shows that natural light is a mood booster and that not enough of it could have adverse effects on your health. A natural breeze is also great so crack open the window whilst your relaxing with your favourite book or getting down to some much-needed meditation.

A snug and sweet-smelling atmosphere

Create a snug place to chill out by introducing textured rugs, cushions and throws to your living space. Light a candle or add diffusers to add a relaxing scent to your chill space. Scents like lavender, chamomile and sandalwood work perfectly.

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