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Interior design tips to create a calming home workspace

The Design Brief

With this issue celebrating the introvert personality type, we asked our resident interior design expert, Steve Hird from Edward Thomas Interiors for his advice on how interior design can create a comforting work environment for more introverted individuals.

a calming home workspace
Image: Edward Thomas Interiors

How can interior design support introverts?

Firstly, any design decisions should be governed by self-care. What is going to make your space feel secure and encourage productivity? For anybody, the workspace is where we can experience stressful and demanding situations. Therefore, creating a calming home workspace can help to counter some of the intensity of those meetings, emails and workloads.

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