Make decision-making easier for yourself by taking the guesswork out of your day. For example, place a garbage can near your door so you can toss out any unwanted mail right when you receive it, instead of having to decide what to do with it down the line.
A neutral living room gives a feeling of warmth and the desire to nap on one of those couches. By engwaiphyo
Simply white and wood tones give a tailored look but organic feel. Designed by Fernando di Gasperi
This pixel-walled room definitely infuses great energy in this living room. By taowangus
We’re back to shower you guys with another dose of interior design infused creativity brought to you by a few great designers. There is nothing more refreshing than seeing really cool spaces where everything just seem to fall in place. While each room has a psychological value, we know one of them will capture your mood precisely so enjoy and let us hear about your favorite accessory, concept or style…
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Improve your sensation and perception by changing your home’s lighting. Remove harsh lights, and replace them with more calming varieties, and use dimmers or adjustable lamps whenever possible.
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There are 5 areas of brain activity to consider when creating a space that will boost your mood: sensation and perception, learning and memory, decision-making, emotion, and movement. According to Wimdu, making a few adjustments tailored to each brain activity will help you create the ideal space.
The chocolates ground you and encourage relaxation in this loft space by Franco Geraci
Finally, focus on how movement can play a part in your response to your home. A change in environment helps improve mood, so keep your decor from becoming stagnate by deep-cleaning and re-arranging the space every few years.
Bolster your learning and memory abilities by bringing in furniture with rounded edges, as the University of California found that rounded decor can actually encourage more brain activity.
Take a look at the infographic below for more information on how to implement neuro-architecture in your home.
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An orange accent wall energizes this large space, designed by dizzy-miro
This particular green has a restful effect without making you fall asleep. Created by Fürjes JÃ¡nos
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If you are the reading type who prefer to keep your book collection in the living room, you will love this living room library by Miguel Angel. If you require more inspiration for living rooms that give more emphasis to books, check out one of our earlier posts: Bookshelves As Room Focus
This yellow room will cheer you right up! Cool design by Miguel Angel
Neuro-architecture may sound complicated and unapproachable, but the concept is actually quite simple: it’s all about improving how humans respond to the environment around them.
You probably already knew this, but the interiors in which we live can actually have an impact on our mood and state of well-being. And according to Wimdu.com, a European rental site, applying neuro-architecture to your home is the easiest way to ensure that experience is positive every time you walk in the door.
Improve your emotional well-being by placing living plants throughout the home. They can reduce stress and bolster concentration.