How does the layout of your room affect your emotional wellbeing
Updated: Jun 21
Being glued to your home is no fun. It can feel restricting. The thought of waking up and spending most of the day in one building can make some of us feel depressed. Matters can feel even worse if your living space feels cluttered or empty. Newer built properties have got better at providing buyers with
some of us may feel that the furniture you possess has outgrown your living space. If it feels it has outgrown your living space then it is more than likely you will also feel this way. After attempting to modernise your room we may feel disappointed at the end result.
Over time we may collect extra furniture and accessories on top our existing ones, cluttering your living space even further. Cluttering a room blocks nourishing energy from entering. Nourishing energy plays a crucial role in our emotional wellbeing.
I always advise people to get rid of items that no longer serve their purpose. Taking away items that no longer serve their purpose, frees your mind to let in the new nourishing energy.
The layout of a room plays a fundamental part our emotional wellbeing. It provides a room with structure, which aids in improving your emotional wellbeing.
The placement of our furniture and accessories we own is the key to making a room feel balanced and in turn help our minds feel the same. We will feel restful, peaceful and content.
If the layout of a room does not gel consider getting the help of an interior designer. They can work wonders with your space and give you some great ideas on how to make it feel like a happy living space again.