Finding Comfort at Home through Designs

The transition of seasons is an opportunity to hit ‘refresh’ –  a chance to evaluate our routines and how we interact with our space. The winter season inevitably invites us to spend more time indoors and we should ask ourselves, how does our environment support us?

TIP: Take this opportunity to ask yourself some questions: What is your favorite way to use your home?  Where are you most happy?

We enjoy the rituals and energy of the winter season, seeking comfort in hibernation and favorite pastimes at home. As winter comes to an end, it is a wonderful time to reflect on your activities and build an environment to support your lifestyle. Your home should feel like a state of being, timeless and natural.

TIP: For further reflection: What emotional feeling do you look for when you go home?

Colorful textiles, cozy blankets, soft lighting and sweet scents bring us warmth and happiness as we say goodbye to the long, cold nights and welcome the bright, warm days of spring.

TIP: Enjoy these final days of winter and the rituals they offer. Surround yourself with objects that support you, such as creating an inviting corner filled with your favorite books, warm layers and a soft candle.

As the temperatures warm up, open your windows and let in the fresh spring air. Take this moment to go through your home and remove items that no longer serve you, to tidy and set up your space with intention and harmony.

TIP: Think about what makes your home yours:  What do you treasure about your home?

Rearrange and welcome objects that offer function and spark joyful moments this spring season and all year long. Create a space that you are proud to call home.

TIP: Consider introducing a bright and cheerful textile or new plant into your home, something that brings color and happiness into your everyday life.

Items from this article can be found at cambiedesign.ca, where Camille brings together a carefully curated selection of objects combined with her expertise and vision for designing the look and feel of any space.

By: Camille Byrne

Cambie Design was founded by Camille Byrne, embracing her philosophy that interiors should be engaging, inspiring, and bring beauty and function into everyday life. Camille’s unique upbringing included frequent travel between homes in Canada and Peru, sparking a lifetime love and appreciation for the rich colors and raw natural textures of Peruvian textile

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