To have an interior that we like aesthetically and psychologically, we have to work on ourselves and on our decoration. Advice from Anne-Laure Rusak, interior decorator trained in psychology.
“Far from the aesthetic aspect alone, decoration has an important psychological aspect. Working on your interior allows you to know yourself better. By changing where you live, you are working on your own transformation. By improving your habitat, you can improve your life.” says Anne-Laure Rusak.
This interior bears witness to your tastes, your aspirations, your way of life “but above all results from many conscious and unconscious choices”, emphasizes the decorator who explains that “your interior reveals ‘who you are’ and ‘who you want to be'”. To feel better at home and in your life, Anne-Laure Rusak invites you to take time for introspection and to look at your interior in a different way to “find what is the essence of your personality”.
“The interior decoration that suits you is the one that reflects you and in which you feel good”, says our expert. She recalls the importance of our interior which “must be our protective cocoon”. “It is a priori the place where you should feel the most comfortablethe more oneself…, she insists. If we don’t have an interior that rejuvenates us and soothes us, it is more difficult to face the difficulties of life.” explains the decorator.
This is why it is important to be the most yourself at home to feel the most at peace with yourself. “To be at peace at home is to be at peace in oneself”, insists Anne-Laure Rusak.
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