There’s no place like home, so let’s create a space like no other! Add personality & style to your home with Worry&Wonder’s interior styling tips, picks, tutorials, & one-of-a-kind designs. You’ll find everything you need to create a mindful home where you can grow & flourish because Worry&Wonder designs are backed by environmental psychology & strive to promote a healthy emotional & mental well-being at home.
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Interior Styling Tips for a Mindful Home
The condition & style of your home may influence the way you feel & behave more than you are consciously aware of! The developing science of environmental psychology studies the symbiotic relationship humans share with their surroundings, including man-made environments like our homes.
Fortunately, you can create a mindful living environment without committing to any major interior design projects or transformations by adjusting the interior styling of furniture and decor you already own. Check out Worry&Wonder’s tips and tricks for mindful interior styling:
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The look and feel of your home environment may impact the way you feel and even influence your behavior subconsciously. Research in the growing field of Environmental Psychology has already confirmed the symbiotic nature of the relationship we share with our surroundings and continues to present new insights into the ways man-made design can improve the human experience.
When home design mimics the natural world but leaves room for authentic self-expression, the inhabitants are given an aesthetic place where they can truly grow and flourish.
The design of an environment can have psychological and emotional impact on its inhabitants, and homes should be designed with well-being in mind. Advances in the growing field of Environmental Psychology and related sciences provide us with insight into the intricacies of the human-environment relationship that should be used to inform basic and detailed design choices throughout the interior design process.