Calm and Balance: Wellness Spaces in Your Whole Home Remodel or New Home
There’s a growing understanding that the design of our homes affects our overall health and well-being. From overall space planning to colors, lighting and materials, home design influences how we feel everyday. Here are some ideas to make your home a calming refuge.
Connect to Fresh Air and Nature
A home designed for indoor/outdoor living refreshes the senses, giving you open space to unwind and find calm. The outdoor living space of this California Contemporary home integrates the lush greenery of bamboo with warm natural woods. Comfortable seating around a concrete fire bowl extends serene comfort into cool evenings.
Relax in a Rejuvenating Spa
In a master bathroom that feels like a private spa, promoting wellness starts with artfully blending the therapeutic qualities of water, light, color, and texture. A spa-like bathroom designed with attention to detail becomes a peaceful private place where we can nurture our bodies and minds. Soft light and simplicity combine for a sense of relaxed escape in this soothing modern bathroom.
Keep Mind & Body Fit
Having a home gym or dedicated workout space makes it easier to stay on track with fitness goals and maintain a healthy body year round in any circumstances. The expansive home gym in this Mountain View Estate is a convenient and inspiring space to focus on fitness and flexibility. A skylight adds abundant natural light, strengthening an open and airy feeling.
Your home should feel like a sanctuary, a place where you can be safe, comfortable, and at peace. Working with our unified team of architects, designers, and construction professionals, you can discover how to make your new home or whole home remodel a haven of wellness infused with your own personal style.