Across the globe we are becoming more intimately aware of the living experiences our homes and their contents provide. Restricted to our houses, apartments and shared living spaces, we are pushed up close to the layouts, design elements and furniture we fill our lives with.
We know that eating raw and natural ingredients is good for our inner health. What about our inner health in relation to the spaces we inhabit? How do we make sure our spaces are healthy for us and our families?
As we head into winter down here in New Zealand and become more and more confined inside, we are particularly concerned with ensuring our living spaces allow for optimising our health going forward. How we ventilate, share our space and format our rooms are incredibly important to airflow and family well-being.
It’s also useful to interrogate how the household objects around us encourage productivity, reduce anxiety, improve our moods and accommodate all members of the family.