It it surprising just how challenging it is to transition from working in an office to working from home. In fact, many things are different.
Designing lives category is about how we design our intimate environments for peaceful, low-stress living. When I refer to intimate environments, it’s a look at our surroundings that are most familiar to us. I draw from Feng Shui, interior design blogs, and my intuition and experience in creating an intimate environment for myself that brings me moments of joy and relaxation.
During this time of “stay home and stay safe”, people are working from home. Here’s economical ways to enhance your intimate surroundings.
Bring the outside in with houseplants, indoor gardens, and lighting to keep those plants green. Enliven your living space with gallons of greenery.
Meditation is an excellent source of relaxation after or before a stressful event in your life. Here’s an easy introduction just for you.
It’s the time of year to look forward to Spring, but still a little early to think about planting outside, so let’s look at house plants.
Yellow is the color of optimism. It is a color that conveys youthful energy. When we wear yellow, we feel uplifted and confident.
It’s a wonderful tribute to yourself to surround yourself with artisanal touches that enhances your life and naturally makes you feel better.
I know the importance of creating an intimate environment that includes Mother Nature during the long winter months of the north.
The living room is the soul of the home so bring your family more happiness and prosperity with a felicitous feng shui living room design.