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Decorating tips for your home

More and more people are looking for pleasant environments adapted to their needs.

That's why interior design exists! To bring environments to life and ensure not only aesthetics, but to provide functional spaces that can promote practicality, productivity, and improve the quality of life of those who will enjoy them!

Above all, Decoration is capable of transforming spaces, especially when the dweller does not wish to make major changes, such as renovation. 

However, the ideal is to count on the help of a professional, also known as an interior designer, to ensure that this transformation occurs in an optimised manner and based on the needs of those who will use the space. 

So, to help you start this transformation, I have selected a few decoration tips that can be easily applied. Check them out below:


  • Bet on wall stickers: their installation is practical and they can be removed easily.
  • Use decorative pictures on the walls: they are excellent for conveying the personality of the residents and bringing up memories.
  • Invest in plants: they add life to your environment and make it more welcoming.
  • Choose to use "key" decorative objects, such as rugs, mirrors, lamps, cushions, and curtains: these elements will give the final touch to the decoration.

Now, if you want to decorate an environment so that it enhances your health and well-being, in addition to the tips above, you can invest in the concept of Neuro-architecture and Biophilic Design.

But after all, you must be asking yourself: what do these two terms mean and how do they relate to our well-being? 

In short, Neuro-architecture lies at the intersection of neuroscience, psychology, and architecture. Its goal is to provide an empirical framework for creating environments that optimise human behaviour, health, and well-being.

It can be defined as a built environment designed with neuroscience principles, which establishes spaces that stimulate memory, improve cognitive abilities, avoid stress, and/or stimulate the brain.

The word "biophilia" comes from Greek and means "love of life", that is, it is a concept that rescues the connection between the human being and everything that has life, especially nature.

Thus, the principle of biophilic design is to connect humans with nature to improve health and well-being by integrating it into architectural designs.

How to decorate your home using Neuro-architecture (biophilic design) elements.

Now that you know the importance of neuro-architecture and biophilic design, see in practice how you can decorate your environment using elements from nature and provide all the benefits that these concepts bring.

Natural Lighting

Lighting can also be integrated into the decoration in a strategic way, connecting with other decorative elements and objects. 

Through natural lighting it is possible to increase concentration and productivity, as well as stimulating an increase in the level of serotonin (the happiness hormone), vitamin D, and much more!


Plants, besides being decorative, bring life to the environment and promote well-being. 

In addition, they have the power to reduce stress, improve physical health, and bring a sense of comfort and coziness. 


Colors inspired by nature such as green - which refers to plants, grass, leaves, and trees, blue - which refers to the sky and sea, and shades of brown and terracotta - which refer to the earth - reduce stress, increase creativity, and clarity of thought.

A great alternative is to bet on decorative objects that have these colours, such as furniture, carpets, pictures, and pendants.


Bet on decorative objects that resemble or are made of solid wood, such as wall and floor coverings, and furniture.

By having objects that resemble wood, it is possible to reduce stress, sound absorption, humidity and temperature regulation, and improve air quality.

Start decorating your home!

With these tips, you can create the perfect combination of a comfortable, cozy space that will provide more health and well-being.

If, besides decorating your home, you are also looking to optimise the environment so that it becomes functional and meets your needs, click here!

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