Combining the best of Scandi comfort with health-focused influences - think aromatherapy, colour psychology, and lots of plants and greenery - the wellness trend is growing, and here to stay. With that in mind, here are three simple ways to incorporate it into your own home...
1. Introduce small, meaningful accessories The trick is to decorate smart. Go with decor elements that will easily switch up the ambience of the room, like scented candles and aroma diffusers for an instant pick-me-up.
2. Decorate with natural materials and plenty of greenery Woven rugs, wooden furniture and rattan baskets are ideal picks for this look. They lend a handcrafted appeal that complements the understated, calm tones of the space.
This is also a perfect opportunity to exercise creativity and incorporate some DIY decor. So whether it’s customised shelving or macrame wall art, the end result is a personalised creation that scores big on style without breaking the bank.
Greenery can be key when it comes to promoting productivity and a healthier wellbeing,” says Rebecca. “Succulents and cacti are easy to care for, but for a statement-worthy investment, a terrarium would make for a stunning feature piece.
3. Build a calm, energised setting with colours and texture Taupe, ivory and trendy sage lend a sophisticated look that’ll work beautifully for a calm interior. These hues are a great foundation to work with, matching easily with other colours, and can be kept pared back or dressed up depending on your preferences.
Neutral tones are also perfect as a background for more dramatic accent colours. Sunny shades like yellow provide a cheerful burst of creativity, while giving your space charm and personality.
And when it comes to dialling up the comfort, layer in different textures. Think elements like a plush sofa, soft throws and even a fluffy faux fur rug for a huge boost in cosiness.
NEXT! Want to redecorate your bedroom - but not quite sure how? Browse our moodboard of themed ideas for an inspiration fix; click any image below to begin.
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