The clicks of online shopping and chills of isolated decision-making should not define how we experience our homes and quality of life. Like so many aspects of our human experience, our need for furniture, rugs, or lighting in our home is really an opportunity in hiding.
Is our relationship with food limited to survival? On the contrary, how we choose to eat can be an expression of self-love, a gathering of close community, and care for the environment. Is our relationship with exercise limited to circulation? In many cases, movement can vastly influence, not only our physical, but also mental, emotional, and spiritual health.
When selecting textiles, furnishings, paint, or art for our homes, our relationship with the objects in our home is not limited to functionality. There are many local businesses in our communities that can help you transform your space and explore how interior design can be a driving force in creating your dream reality.
The design in your home is more than a mode from point A to point B. Your choices in this process can bring you closer to yourself and others; illuminate your unique vision of the world, and support hard-working craftspeople and artisans.
Will you maximize your relationship with your home and quality of life? Visit these businesses to learn how and connect with like-minded people.