Emotional interior design: Well-being feeling in work spaces

Continuing with the theme of the previous post, we are talking about the concept called emotional interiorism. This time, we will change our habitat and we are going to relate it with the well-being feeling in work spaces.

As we have already seen in the case of households, we live in an era where emotions have more protagonism than ever. In work environments, perhaps even more so, given that the environment is volatile, uncertain, changing and ambiguous.

If we bring these concepts to the feeling of well-being in work spaces, we can see the need to bring calm and security. From there, emotional interiorism is focused on creating environments full of stimuli that minimize bad feelings.

Interiorismo emocional
Emotional interior design

Work spaces are an excellent opportunity for emotional interior design

The place where we spend hours and hours working is of vital importance. What the spaces where we move at work transmit to us, exercises a very important influence in our behavior.

Nowadays, we look for good vibes, spaces that allow us to have a high productivity and where to feel comfortable. The fragility of the environment, the anxiety of the moment, the non-linearity of events and the incomprehensibility of some events fill us with doubts.

As in homes, concepts that recently had no prominence, as biophilia have become a trend. Organic and natural shapes appear as options of interest in the new conception of spaces.

Inside this movement, the presence of natural decorative textiles takes a great importance in work spaces. In them, textiles are presented as an ideal complement to transmit positive perceptions.

To design customized textiles, a Manatex speciality

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

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

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