Embracing Wellness Architecture

Wellness architecture, a design philosophy about enhancing health and longevity, has been driven by aging baby boomers and health-obsessed millennials, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports. However, the newspaper argues this philosophy shouldn't be discounted as something that only applies to a segmented portion of the population. The design philosophy affects the mental, physical, and emotional state of a homeowner and can be integrated into homes rather inexpensively with many positive ramifications. The Post-Intelligencer outlines several simple ways that wellness architecture-inspired design can be incorporated into homes.

Opt for Low- or No-VOC Products
Install Hands-Free Faucets
Make Space for Fitness
Consider a compost bin
Add plants in every room
Soak your cares away in a great tub
Make cooking easier and more fun with top notch appliances


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