By Verene Samuel. Interior Design. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 08:12:06 AM.
If you’ve never heard the term “Wabi Sabi” before, I can bet you’ve tried it at least once. Wabi Sabi is the Japanese practice of accepting and embracing imperfection. In 2018, it has now become a style choice. For home design, it’s a minimalist style that arranges items in a casual way. This is a newer trend, but due to the relaxed style, it’s sure to catch on.
It’s that time of year again. Before you know it, your mailbox will be stuffed with holiday greetings from loved ones near and far. It’s the mail most of us look forward to receiving, as opposed to bills and advertisements.
However, you don’t need the latest items to improve your mood at home. With a few simple changes or improvements, you can create a home you love to rest and relax in. Here’s how interior design changes your mood and a few small ways you can improve it.
The color of a room can influence your mood in more ways than you think. The psychology of color is something interior designers consider when determining the paint for a room. Color has the power to revitalize, to soothe, to inspire creativity and even to stimulate the appetite,You will instantly feel the energy created by a red dining room, as well as the calm evoked by a blue bedroom. Choosing the right color is crucial to setting the tone and purpose of a room.
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