Bring the Outside Indoors for Your Health
Humans have an inherited need to connect to nature. We are genetically linked to the our natural environment.
We have a preference for scenes dominated by natural elements, we care about the sustainability of natural resources, and we acknowledge the health benefits associated with engaging with nature. Interior designers have a responsibility to enhance our client’s environments with healthy life-sustaining elements.
Plants have been proven to increase physical health, performance, and productivity and reduce stress.
Not only do indoor plants and flowers enhance the overall appearance of a space, but studies show they boost moods, increase creativity, and eliminate air pollutants making for a healthier, happier you. Indoor plants don't just look good they can make us feel good, too.
Water is multi-sensory and can be used to provide movement, sounds, touch, and sight. People have a strong connection to water. Water features such as fountains or aquariums can decrease stress and increase health, performance, and overall satisfaction.y boost moods, increase creativity, and eliminate air pollutants making for a healthier, happier you. Indoor plants don't just look good they can make us feel good, too.
People with pets experience many health benefits but a pet doesn’t necessarily have to be a dog or a cat. A rabbit could be ideal. Birds can encourage social interaction and help keep your mind sharp.
Being Ahead of the Curve
Saving the Environment
Curvy furniture can help create a more comforting environment by making people feel embraced and safe. That’s why they are making a comeback.
Going green extends beyond color trends and into green thumbs, green living and sustainable materials reflect a desire to remain in harmony with the planet.