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    Home Spas & Wellness Walls

    In an era characterized by the relentless pace of modern life, finding moments of serenity and relaxation within the comfort of your own home has never been more important.

    Yet, paradoxically, the very means by which we connect in today’s world, through fast-paced news cycles and social media, has turned our sanctuaries into spaces fraught with comparison and self-doubt. Amid the constant stream of carefully curated images and seemingly flawless interiors, we often wonder if our homes meet the elusive standards of optimal organization and “picture perfect” design. These distractions can obscure the true potential of our living spaces as peaceful retreats, hindering us from fully enjoying the essence of home.

    When it comes down to it, in actual reality, crafting a haven of tranquility within your home is about you– where authenticity and well-being take precedence over trends and comparison.

    Setting the Tone: Back to Basics

    Whether it be a dedicated space or a whole-home transformation that you are seeking, take a moment to unplug your subconscious and Pinterest-perfect standards. Often, just a few strategic adjustments to color and texture can significantly enhance your well-being in any space.

    Embrace the beauty of imperfections and the warmth of natural materials, a process that will infuse your space with a sense of serenity and grounding elements.

    A cozy living room corner, showcasing grand banks - limestone by Eldorado Stone. The scene features a plush beige sofa with patterned cushions, a round wooden coffee table, and a woven pouf, providing a back-to-basics approach to home design. A stone veneer wall in soft white tones complements the natural light flooding the space, reflecting a harmonious balance with nature.


    Begin by selecting an earthy color palette– warm browns, soft greens, and muted blues can deepen the feeling of unity with the environment, which reaps a number of psychological benefits. Instead of clear acrylic Mid-Century Modern chairs and sleek, shiny metals, opt to furnish with unique pieces made of reclaimed wood, which carry a profound, grounding essence of their prior life. Houseplants, such as snake plants, peace lilies, or fiddle leaf figs, not only purify the air but also feed our sensory need to connect with nature. When decorating, opt for cozy textiles such as wool throws, plush cushions, and linen curtains to soften the space and create an atmosphere of comfort and relaxation.

    Spa Day, Every Day.

    Who says spa day can’t be every day? By using the tone-setting pillars for a tranquil space, the bathroom is one of our favorite places in the home to transform.

    A serene home spa bathroom featuring doverwood - vintage ranch by Eldorado Stone. The focal point is a standalone tub with a matte exterior and modern black fixtures set against a textured stone accent wall. To the side, an aromatherapy setup with fluffy white towels and botanicals on a wooden tray invites relaxation, epitomizing the spa day, every day concept.


    A deep soaking tub, if space permits, can provide a luxurious bathing experience when coupled with a few drops of essential oils and Epsom salts. Aromatherapy, using essential oil diffusers or lighting scented candles, will fill the air with soothing fragrances like lavender, eucalyptus, or chamomile. To elevate on a smaller scale, consider investing in plush towels and bathrobes to complete the spa experience, ensuring that every moment in your sanctuary is one of pure indulgence and relaxation.

    Paint the Walls with Wellness

    Wellness walls can add a unique, personalized feature within your home-sanctuary by combining aesthetics with mindfulness. Dedicate a corner to meditation or yoga with a comfortable cushion or mat. Adorn the area with calming artwork or motivational quotes to create an inviting space for inner reflection. Additionally, a vision board displaying your goals and aspirations serves as a constant reminder of your dreams, further nurturing your mind and spirit.

    A home workout space with sea cliff - European ledge by Eldorado Stone. Fitness equipment including green dumbbells, a coral jump rope, a white and coral striped water bottle, and a smartphone with a turquoise case on a yoga mat. In the background, a woman performs a seated yoga stretch in front of a wall with a natural stone texture, symbolizing wellness integrated into home design.


    On a larger scale, a stone or brick veneer accent wall or a wallpaper comprised of natural fibers can enhance the overall textural appeal of the actual wall within this space, reinforcing our innate need to bond with the natural world. Imagine a reclaimed wooden shelf adorned with succulents, or a weathered bench nestled under a canopy of trailing vines. This synergy of design and nature is what truly transforms a space into a sanctuary.

    Crafting a home sanctuary is a holistic endeavor: it’s a fusion of aesthetics, well-being, and authenticity that transcends the superficial trappings of modern life. In this age of constant connectivity, let your sanctuary stand as a testament to the power of nature and self-care, a place where you can rediscover the true essence of home.

    What adjustments can you implement in your living environment to better reflect your connection with the natural world and enhance your overall sense of well-being? Let us know in the comments below 👇

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    Sarah Lograsso

    As Director of Marketing and Portfolio Management, Sarah has successfully coupled her design talents with business acumen to refresh, refine and distinctly position five standout brands in the North American market and abroad. She continues to provide design direction for the brands’ variety of best-selling modern profiles and trend-forward color palettes while enhancing the prestige of the category among masons, builders, designers, architects and consumers.

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