It is common that people don’t see a connection between mood and the organisation of one’s interior space. However, this fact is one that is well understood by interior designers, architects and industrial psychologists. Consultants, architects and others make a living by helping corporations construct, decorate and design spaces that are not just functional, but are laid out in a way that makes people want to spend time in them. Companies, such as Google, want their employees to spend as much time as possible at work. As a result, simply enormous attention is given to the work environments of their various facilities and headquarters.
A Space Should Be Livable
Having a well-organised space doesn’t necessarily mean that every object must be in its designated zone whenever it is not being used. A space that is not livable or does not encourage one to interact or utilise it is, after all, a cold and unappealing one. Wall art, canvas oil painting and shelving, such as bookcases, all contribute to making a space warm and inviting.
Design Always Matters
Design matters for a great many reasons. Whether good or bad, design invariably has an impact. Much attention is given to the fact that design can boost one’s productivity. No doubt this is one of the reasons that corporations often focus on the design and layout of their facilities. Yet this is not the only way in which design can have a profound impact on an interior space. The right design can transcend being a simple space and become something considerably more. The right design can elevate and impact mood and, in some cases, even stir the imagination. The bottom line is that the right design work can actually make those who interact and inhabit a space happier.
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Happy Spaces Can Produce Happier People
A well thought out and executed space can have a big impact on how you feel. Investing the time to revitalise and re-imagine your space can yield all kinds of rewards, for example, making your feel better, more energetic and of course happier. This point is really indisputable. Think about your favorite house or apartment you lived in and now think about your least favorites. As your own memories likely dictate, space does matter and it can have a serious impact on how you feel. A cheerful and upbeat home that you love being in will help keep you relaxed, and that alone is enough to impact your following day. It is difficult to put a price on peace of mind. When executed correctly, peace of mind is something that proper design can contribute to greatly.