Designing a home means more than just making the interior and exterior look good. A home must function according to your needs and feel like a safe space where you can relax your mind and body.
Neuroarchitecture refers to how the mind and body react inside structures. If your home is designed with neuroarchitecture in mind, it can have a positive effect on your mental health.
In this post, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Southeast Florida discusses the benefits of improving your home’s design to your mental health.
Well-Lit Areas Can Improve Your Mood
Exposure to natural lighting can help you maintain your circadian rhythm, which is essential to having a restful sleep at night. Sunlight can also have positive effects on your mood. So when you’re designing your home, make sure to put enough windows in every room. With the help of your contractor, you can design your home with several windows without compromising your home’s indoor comfort and energy efficiency.
It Creates Calming Indoor Spaces
If you don’t usually receive guests, you might want to design your space for activities that will help you calm down your mind and body. Ideally, this room should be filled with greenery, a fair amount of lounging furniture and few to no digital distractions.
Sound-Proofing Is Key
Noise reduction is important in creating spaces that will soothe your mind. Imagine trying to rest or sleep in a room that’s constantly disturbed by traffic or street noise. It would also be difficult to concentrate or meditate if you don’t have serene spaces in your home. To reduce the noise coming from outside, you can try adding soft materials that could absorb sound and minimize noise. Carpets and noise-reducing windows can help achieve this.
If you’re looking to create a home-based on neuroarchitecture, DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Southeast Florida is the renovation expert you can count on. Our remodeling experts and designers are friendly and will communicate with you throughout your project. Request an estimate by filling out our contact form or by calling us at (772) 200-2625 (Stuart) or (561) 935-3915 (Jupiter).