Every Christmas holiday break I make sure to spend some time reflecting on the past year and envisaging some new goals for the coming one.
It occurred to me recently when I went to a clients home to discuss some new ideas for layout and style that furniture placement does not come naturally to most people and simply re-arranging your furniture can make a massive difference to the feel of your space.
Many people find clutter frustrating and a challenge to deal with. It is, after all, a physical representation of procrastination, bad habits and mental anguish.
A lot has been written and researched over the years about the effect of architecture and design on our identity and psychology. A lot! I'm not going to write you an essay about the effects of good or bad design and how it makes you feel other than to say, it's still somewhat ignored by or unspoken of by people other than those in the industry.