Interior Design Tips: Ideas for Designing a Conscious Living Space


A home should inspire our minds, nurture our souls, and be a space that is us and the us we want to be. Here are some tips from interior design experts on designing a conscious living space

ByZarafshan Shirazdelhi

Durability and old-fashioned ways are not only timeless, but also at the heart of interior design experts’ concerns, as consumers also place the highest importance on functionality over the utilitarian purpose of furniture. . A piece of furniture is something that you spend the most time on and therefore it should only be made after knowing the requirements and needs of that piece of furniture while incorporating ergonomics and linking elegance and style. comfort to human behavior is what it takes to give a home emotional value and a captivating look, in terms of design.

In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Siddharth Sirohi, founder of Baro Design, encouraged design based on awareness in the present moment and the use of design as a tool to act as reminders to bring our awareness back into the present. . According to Srila Chatterjee, founder of Baro Market and co-founder of 47-A, “It’s really important that we all embrace the essence of what conscious living is. Real design should aim to use materials that are as simple and ordinary as possible, with the aim of creating something extraordinary. Making the most of existing resources, sourcing ethically and minimizing waste should be the foundation of any good design that seeks to be considered sustainable. Adopt collaborations and enabling the best possible solutions and expertise at every step is the way to go.Being able to be true to your consciousness with whatever you design is what will eventually respond to conscious living.

Adding to the list of tips on designing a conscious living space, Reshma Chhabria, Founder and Creative Lead of H II H, said, “A conscious home is first and foremost a space that reflects who we are. Our environment affects every aspect of our lives. When we live better, we feel better and therefore we do better. When spaces are consciously designed, they can enhance our well-being and deepen our connection to the world around us. A home should inspire our minds, nurture our souls, and be a space that is us and the us we want to be. In order to consciously design, we must first understand who we are, be mindful of the spaces that bring us peace and happiness, and weave together elements of those spaces while designing your space.

She advised, “Make your space beautiful, which is your personal definition of beautiful. Surround yourself with colors, lights, and materials that give you a sense of joy and awareness. Small accessories that tell stories that not only add beauty to your space but improve the quality of life. Surround yourself with products and decor items that we find alluring and lift our spirits and brighten our day. Strive to discover your own definition of beauty and bring this charming energy into your home. As you continue to discover themes that reflect your character and interests, personalizing your living space becomes easy. Buy art that moves you, that moves you when you see it. Collect items from your travels and incorporate them into your design. Choose items that tell who you are and what you cherish.

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