It may all feel a bit grey and gloomy but there are ways to dwell well. You have no control over the chilly temps and lack of sunlight, but you can make your indoor space happier and healthier and brighter. Interior designer Sarah Walker is an expert at making indoor spaces as healthy as they are beautiful. Wellness-focused interiors combine not only decor and furniture placement, but enhance air quality too.
“We already spent 90% of our time indoors pre-pandemic, and that number unquestionably went up during lockdowns,” says Walker, of thecuratedhouse.com.