The New Mindful Home: And how to make it yours (Paperback)

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The New Mindful Home: And how to make it yours (Paperback)


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Make your home more mindful and discover a more considered way to decorate with this beautifully presented guide by acclaimed interior stylist, Joanna Thornhill.

We often think of mindfulness in relation to meditation, but our homes and interior design can play a big part in our emotional well-being. The New Mindful Home demystifies the links between body, mind and soul to explain how you can harness the power of mindfulness to help our homes support a more considered lifestyle.

How do we create spaces that can calm and revives us? With the same practical attention to problem-solving as in her first book, My Bedroom is an Office, author Joanna Thornhill helps you create an environment you will always want to come home to.

The New Mindful Home explores how you can use interiors to aid living with intention, slow living, creating supportive room layouts, considering mindful effects of color, and embracing plants and natural elements in our homes. Enhanced by beautiful contemporary photography, this book will provide interior design inspiration for a generation who want to consider how they can live more mindfully.
Joanna Thornhill is a London-based interiors stylist and writer. She works for clients ranging from TV and magazine publishing to retailers and online, including trend forecasting for WGSN-lifestyle. She is the author of Home for Now (2014).
Product Details ISBN: 9781786278999
ISBN-10: 1786278995
Publisher: Laurence King Publishing
Publication Date: May 18th, 2021
Pages: 144
Language: English
"The New Mindful Home is a beautiful book will inspire you to make lifestyle shifts and personal spaces that nourish." - The Record,

"Lush photos will inspire readers to create their own carefully arranged homes, and useful tips are sprinkled throughout... Those interested in creating a calming space should give this a look." - Publisher's Weekly,