Conscious decoration, furniture and doors made of reclaimed wood

Mindfulness is a state of calm, being grounded and aware of your existence in the present moment. An old world practice stemming from Buddhist and Hindu principles, mindfulness is a big part of the wellness culture that rules modern society. Conscious decor is inspired by grounding, grounded woods and simple lines, natural fabrics and clean, simple lines that favor uncluttered spaces.

Conscious decorating starts with a simple principle that everything has a purpose. Home decor that connects you to your roots or contributes to your home in a positive way. Rustic, handcrafted wooden sideboards bring in good energy, and antique chakra carved cabinets draw in the energy of the sun.

Consider the function of the distressed teal sideboard that serves as a statement media chest, the blue mix of colors, and the grounding nails that remove harmful ions and ground them through the solid wood. Not only is it practical and gives you plenty of storage space, it’s handcrafted from old reclaimed woods that are repurposed and transformed into beautiful furniture.

Reclaimed woods and handcrafted furniture cultivate a space conscious and balance your home, they are functional and bring good energy. By being aware of your inner self, you meditate on your daily tasks, and having a dedicated meditation space will help clear your mind and give you focus to get to know your inner self.

A stunning Buddha wall sculpture carved from rustic natural woods or a colorful flute of Krishna, playing the music of life and giving you guidance as you gaze into his serene and peaceful eyes, the carvings call you to be mindful of your thoughts and actions. Cascading water in the nearby fountain with scattered crystals adds to its serene mood.

Add color thinking of your favorite place. The dark green of a lush rainforest or the endless blues of the ocean, the dazzling light of bright sunlight or the glowing embers of a bonfire, colors that join your aura and permeate your being. Find these colors in the tribal spice rack with mirrors that is perfect for the hall or as an entrance table. A conscious home sees beauty in every corner of the house. Soft, cool sari drapes that let sunlight into your home are fun and accentuate the colors of the spice chest. A large chai table made from old doors that still has traces of old paint on it, patchwork sari pillows scattered on the floor, and a handmade cotton blanket! Perfect picture and nourishing decoration. Be conscious in thought and action!

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