Design Psychology

Your Feel Good Outdoor Space

Summer is coming around the corner.  School is out and outdoor living is going into its highest season.  Now is the time to start building or enhancing our outdoor living space for joy and relaxation. Building a Feel Good outdoor space is one of the easiest ways to create a space where you can enjoy the […] Read more…

Guest Blog: The Complete Guide to Feng Shui Bedroom Design

When’s the last time you reorganized your bedroom? If it’s been a while, it may be time for an update. One way to improve the layout of your room is to consider the basic principles of feng shui. If you’ve never heard of feng shui, it’s a system used to help organize and arrange items […] Read more…

Four Ways to Zen Sensibility

Unlike what most people think, introducing a Zen sensibility to your space is quite easy.  Zen interiors mean living a simple lifestyle and design aesthetic that lends a calming effect to your home.  It does not require extensive remodeling of your home, just a few changes can create a huge impact.  Imagine bringing the serenity […] Read more…

Streetscape Pastels Brought Home!

One thing I always appreciated as an urban planner how our street scapes can influence our interior decor.  This streetscape is beautiful highlighting of soft greys and pastels.  What an inspiration for a living room decor! A relaxed living room with linear patterns on the floor, grey toned walls, pastel colored accessories.  Streetscape decor brought […] Read more…

Inspiration Please! Design by Transit

I am always influenced from my past as an urban planner.  This subway tile is an awesome example of what we can do to bring the urban design, planning and architecture into our interiors. Absolutely love this blue tile look for this shower!  Influenced by a transit station!  Who knew? Save Read more…

Feng Shui Five Element Color Design

Feng Shui is an ancient science of creating a flow of positive energy called Chi throughout your interior. One of the basic principles of Feng Shui is the study of the Five Elements. These elements are Earth, Water, Fire, and Metal. It is important to create a balanced presence is represented by certain colors and […] Read more…

The Rise of Urban Style Influenced Home Decor

The influence of the urban style trend in our daily lives has become quite noticeable and it is hard not to notice its existence. This can be seen in commercial places such as cafes, shopping malls, restaurants and many other places. Not to mention how it has also come to greatly influence the interior design […] Read more…

Love, Marriage, Decorating & Feng Shui

Before decorating or redecorating a room in your home.  Call a meeting with your spouse or partner first.  Set the intention of what your home is to be for the both of you.  Determine first which rooms you would like to decorate or redecorate and whether or not the room is functioning at a level […] Read more…

Designing Your Way Out of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

For people who are susceptible to seasonal mood disorders winterizing can mean more than getting your heating system checked out or sealing up your drafts; it can also involve taking extra steps to safeguard yourself against winter blues or the symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can become a serious condition which […] Read more…

Why Do We Use Multiple Colors in Our Homes?

Normally, we think colors are applied on the walls just for decorative purpose. But the real reason behind it is an astrological and psychological concept. Astrology decides the color of the interior and outer part of the house according to the house owner’s sunshine. Astrology is not a magic, it is connected to the psychological […] Read more…

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