What does your inner soul sing?
Integrating our inner Yin and Yang as one, entwining our deepest and inner most comforts, into our external world provides a comforting space to be. Ensuring that when we arrive “home” everything we need is right at our fingertips.
Do you work from home and need to separate the spaces completely, maybe even with a separate door externally to your office?
Do you love a bath to relax at the end of a long week and your bathroom is your haven?
Then dimmed lights and an over-sized tub complete with candles and wine holder are a must.
What is it that you require to arrange at home, to feel good when you get there?
We often get caught up with the every day and forget to plan for our own inner needs at home.
Style wise we are focusing on our inner pacchi mamma goddess.
For me that is Native American influences, as it rings true through my inner third eye with daily symbols. Eagles, black birds, peacocks, snakes, spiders…. All subtly guiding me throughout the day with messages. Influencing materials to use in your home could include: hides ethically sourced and made, warm hues and use of natural materials to include stone and timbers. Woven baskets, feathers and printed textiles are all wonderful pieces to layer your home and add texture to the ordinary.
The black and white home pictured top centre, has an industrial feel which perfectly works to layer an earthly goddess feel throughout.
Subtly integrating the yin and yang throughout the interior, with balanced materials in the form of strong metals and open plan living space to interconnect spaces.
The staircase anchors the home as the centre piece- a heavy yang centre.
With softly earthly materials to balance the space in the form of natural stone floors, throws, naturally organic woven fabrics and woven baskets throughout for an earthly goddess feel.