Decor Tips to Inspire Mindfulness at Home

June 25, 2019
Decor Tips to Inspire Mindfulness

From meditation to journaling to exercise, there are a handful of ways to practice mindfulness. It has become a large part of the wellness culture, as mental health and creating an intentional, mindful life are at the forefront of happiness.

Mindfulness starts right at home, creating a space that inspires you daily. I recently wrote about creating a zen space at home to reduce stress, but Invaluable took it a step further, discussing ways in which you can adjust your decor to bring mindfulness practices into the home.

Their visuals discuss things like making sure objects serve a purpose, creating a meditation space, using harmonious colors, capitalizing on natural light, and so much more. Use it as inspiration to rework your home life into a more zen-like space that encourages a healthy, happy living situation.

#JunkFreeInJune is the perfect time to inspire mindfulness at home and using the infograph below will start you on the path to decluttering your space.

Decor Tips to Inspire Mindfulness at Home

Decor Tips to Inspire Mindfulness at Home

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  • Reply Erica/Erika June 26, 2019 at 02:05

    Great post, Sue! I am bookmarking. I especially like the “Natural Light.” It does make me feel immediately better. I am always a work in progress and you have given me concise gems I can work on:)

    • Reply Sue Loncaric June 27, 2019 at 11:43

      I love natural light as well Erica and my apartment has many windows with views to the ocean which I love. x

  • Reply The Widow Badass June 26, 2019 at 04:24

    These are great tips, Sue. So common-sense, yet often overlooked. A keeper. Thanks for posting this!

    • Reply Sue Loncaric June 27, 2019 at 11:45

      Thanks Deb and our home is really our special space isn’t it? I’m pleased you enjoyed the tips x

  • Reply cynthia@secondmojo June 26, 2019 at 04:41

    Love this Sue. I just redid my house and tried to introduce most of these…I’m all about the zen these days! LOL cynthia

    • Reply Sue Loncaric June 27, 2019 at 11:46

      Good for you Cynthia. I’m sure you will feel happy in your ‘zen’ home. xx

  • Reply Candi Randolph June 26, 2019 at 20:46

    Hi Sue, I’ve worked with hundreds of clients as an interior decorator, and so many times people have stuff in their home that they don’t even realize is there. They’re ‘blind’ to it, and all these things clutter up the home and add to the stress of living there. I think the points made above are spot on. Living with what you love, what helps your home function well and letting go of the rest is a great starting point.

  • Reply Nancy Dobbins July 9, 2019 at 07:23

    Hi Sue,
    Just catching up on my blog reading…we did a lot of paring down when we sold our last “big” house. I no longer want to be a slave to “things” in my house. I don’t want to wash them or dust them, etc. And I like the look of a place with less clutter. The Florida house is really more like this, while the NH house has many of my mother’s things scattered through it which I cannot bear to part with. Still, it is not overly cluttered and there is a definite feel of “form follows function.”

    • Reply Sue Loncaric July 9, 2019 at 10:23

      Yep I agree Nancy, I don’t want to spend my time washing, dusting and housekeeping more than I have to. We have pared back quite a bit but I too have sentimental items that I just won’t part with. x

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