Home decor: create spaces that encourage positivity and warmth
The corona virus pandemic has already touched almost every aspect of our daily life, inspiring fear.
both economic instability and personal healthcare. It has been a challenging and uncertain time for
all, with people now forced to isolate themselves and work from the unknown environment of their home.
With the current pandemic reshaping both high-level and ground-level market forces
In the country's companies, traditional business practices have stagnated. Because of this, people spend more time at home than ever. While there is nothing wrong with diving
in a good book, or catch up on TV shows you missed, more time at home
It could be the perfect opportunity to design your homes or create a space that you would love to spend your
As designers, we always believe that design influences our experience and the mood we have.
associate with a space. Smart design can be instrumental in making us feel comfortable or creating
A lively and energetic atmosphere. This can be accomplished without significant expense and
it just requires a little creative thinking and reorganization. Here are 4 ways to make more interiors of the house
positive, more efficient and more innovative, amid the corona virus.
Create gaps and thresholds for your workspace.
Separating their workspace from the rest of the home can help the user designate where to work.
physically and therefore mentally, it starts and stops. It is a visual sign that says: Come into my office and
It also acts as a visual indication to other residents that work is in session. If a separate closure
not possible in your home, you can search for places where you can enter a threshold.
Outlining a work area can be as simple as changing decor elements or adding a pin-up area, signaling
A spatial identity different from the other occupants of the house.
Rearrange your furniture
Organizing even some of the furniture pieces can give the space a new spatial experience and
aesthetic appeal In times like now where children are locked up, moving some of the
Smaller furniture, such as a center table, can open up the space and allow children to play
Add the greens
Anyone who spends a day walking through the forest can attest that being in the middle of nature is good for him.
mind. Why not bring that feeling home? Indoor plants, which can vary from small succulents to
large palm trees can be increased in any space, adding a touch of fantasy and life. After all, living
Energy creates positivity and makes a home feel like home.
Use art and textiles to create an aesthetically pleasing space
Our minds have a strong visual resonance with spaces, and art often has an important role to play. One
You can reposition art in your spaces to create a strong visual change as well as add a spectacular show
element. Another option is to remove the art from your walls and place it freely on a console or
even around the floor, adding dynamism and drama.
Contributions from Pooja Ashley and Arbaysis Ashley, co-founders, Ashley's