Today more than ever our home should go beyond survival and into a space that creates well-being and good health both mentally and physically. With the world we live in today it is hard to find time to help ourselves and sometimes just having a home that can create this for us is all that is needed to begin creating balance in the areas you can control away from work and keeping yourself fed and watered.
This is where Interior Design Psychology comes into the picture as defined by Wikipedia –
Interior Design Psychology…
is a direct study of the relationship between an environment and how that environment affects the behaviour of its inhabitants, with the aim of maximising the positive affects of this relationship. Through interior design psychology the performance and efficiency of the space and the well=being of the individual are improved..
So when looking at your house ask yourself this question –
WHAT IS HOME?