A recent project build that I helped to stage by the team at NISER Tree House in Pomona in the beautiful Sunshine Coast's hinterland.
As someone who has studied architecture and design as part of my university degree and as someone who is truly passionate about the environment, the concept of Eco Design is something that really resonates with me and excites me.
I think we forget sometimes how much the physical space around us affects us emotionally and mentally - especially architecture and design and the objects we choose to surround ourselves with. It all has an energetic vibrational output that influences ours.
I'm a big believer in how we choose to design and create the physical space around us has a profound impact and influence on our energy levels, wellbeing and consciousness. So consciously shaping and designing your space around you is something we can do to motivate, inspre and empower us to create a positive effect on our health and wellbeing and transform our realities.
I like to ask the question...How can we consciously design our living spaces to enhance our wellbeing and cultivate this eco conscious mindset that I speak so much about? What can we do physically in our space to encourage those little lifestyle changes and practices that will help us to reduce our impact and environmental footprint?
I think this is why I'm so interested in things like the Tiny House Movement, Van Life, Minimalist Design, Natural Building Materials, Earthships, Alternative Living Spaces and Principles of Permaculture Design is because all of these movements, ideas or practices have somewhat integrated an eco-friendly approach to designing space that works with the environment, not against it - and they're not about producing excessive waste.
Eco Conscious Interior styling and decorating can help you to cleanse your space, shift stagnant energies, make you feel lighter, less cluttered and overwhelmed, and give you more of a sense of freedom, wellbeing, peace of mind and tranquility in your life.