Emotional interior design: sense of well-being in the home rooms

This time we bring a new concept called emotional interior design. We are going to relate this with the well-being feeling in the home rooms.

We live in an era where emotions have more prominence than ever. Situations such as those experienced with the pandemic have increased, more if possible, their presence in our environments.

If we bring these concepts to the feeling of well-being of home rooms, we can develop a whole theory. From there, emotional interior design appears, which is focused on the creation of stimulating environments in which to feel safe and comfortable.

Interiorismo emocional
Emotional interior design

Enhancing the senses is the central axis of emotional interior design.

For a home to project emotional sensations, we must identify what kind of emotional state or states we want to feel. Experiences as particular as those lived during the period of confinement have made us look at our vital spaces.

Nowadays, the preferences have changed and the premises are different. Decorative beauty is sought, but also the proclamation of living in a healthy environment. In this sense, the natural light, ventilation or natural materials, among others, increase their level of prominence.

Concepts who were recently displaced, such as biophilia, have become a trend. Organic and natural forms appear as options of interest in the new conception of spaces.

In this movement, the presence of natural decorative textiles gains great notoriety. Any room in the home is susceptible to having the presence of textiles as a fundamental piece of its decoration.

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According to the needs, Manatex bets by surprising solutions in customized decorative textiles. Our specializations in textiles with several functional properties supply exclusive solutions.

Customized decorative textiles allow a degree of perfect complementarity with other home elements or any working space. Its huge capacity of contrast is essential to design unique environments.

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