DesignInteriorCreating your own island of calm in a culture of busy

September 17, 2019by ids

At this time, minimalism and sustainability are tipping the design scales in every interior space. As designers, we’ve loved the impact this transformational ideology has had around the world. People are more interested in discussing living solutions which embrace environment-friendliness and helps them create a place where they can sit back and relax after a hectic day at work.

We have gladly co-created a number of such interiors that breathe fresh air into the otherwise concrete spaces. Our best tools have been the ingenuity and insight of our team of designers who tirelessly come up with the most elaboratedesign solutions even for the smallest of living spaces.

Here are three ways to spruce up your home for a relaxed living space:

  1. Create green outdoor spaces

Whether it’s a lawn, a backyard or a balcony, outdoor spaces play an importantrole in every house. People love their outdoor space for having breakfast, enjoying their morning cup of coffee or tea, and even sitting down with a book. Greenery has a calming effect andit helps the air around you feel fresh. Tired eyes feel better when they look at greenery too. Beautifully managed outdoor spaces with lots of green plants can be a place where you can sit down and relax any time of the day.

  1. Add warmth to the bedroom

We come across a lot of bedrooms that end up feeling too cold and inadequate because of mismanaged spaces, use of the wrong colors or the use of design elements that feel out of place. Picking the right colors for the walls, the curtains andthe bed linen will make all the difference.

  1. Fresh flowers have a way of calming the senses

Flowers add life to any living space. They can perk up the center table in your living room, elevate the aesthetics of your dining space or brighten up a dull corner. Sitting down in a living room with fresh flowers will help you feel relaxed after a long day.