Creativity isn’t static. Sometimes you have it and sometimes you don’t. Your surroundings can help get the creative juices flowing. Whatever your creative interest, hobby or career the right interior is vital to overcome blocks.
A home is a blank canvas. Some choose to keep it that way to clear the mind. Others demand clutter for inspiration.
The Right Door
Regardless of whether you need clutter, are a minimalist, or fall somewhere in between start with the right door. Creativity requires the right flow of energy. Energy is hindered when doors are low quality and poorly fitted. Internal Doors UK has a range of doors to suit all tastes and creative needs.
It doesn’t matter if your walls are covered in posters and inspirational quotes or bare, a pinboard is essential to collect your ideas. If plain cork is too boring, ranges of fabric pinboards are available. For a minimalist, the ideas are contained in one area. For someone who needs posters and pictures, the ideas are separated from the inspirational clutter.
A pinboard takes notes away from an electronic device and puts them onto a wall. The creative mind requires moments away from the screen to function. It keeps notes neat and in one place allowing energy to flow through your space.
Colour Changing Smart Light Bulbs
With a phone app and a smart colour changing light bulb, you can change the mood and energy flow in your creative space with the tap of a few buttons on a smart phone. Colour can excite or calm. Ideas are exciting. Calmness is required to successfully separate them and bring them out from the swirling thoughts of the mind. Smart lights can be programmed to turn on or off or even change colours at a particular time.
This can help with waking up in the morning. Creative ideas won’t become reality if you can’t get out of bed. Sufficient sleep is a necessary ingredient for the creative mind. Without it, ideas fall flat. Prolonged lack of sleep will leave you exploring the darker side of creativity.
Go For Comfort
Even minimalists require comfort for creativity. If your mind is distracted by pain or discomfort it will be focusing on that.
If your creativity is desk based, the right chair isn’t just good for your back it is good for the mind also. A chair needs to fit into and with the space for the energy to flow.
Someone who thrives in clutter will benefit from decorative scatter cushions.
Even messy creatives can benefit from organisation. It needn’t be boring. Plain plastic stacker boxes can be jazzed up with stickers.
Knowing where everything is when you need it helps to relax the mind. It is free to pursue the thoughts needed for productivity. Daydreaming, another vital part of creativity is hindered with intrusive thoughts breaking through wondering where the scissors went.
Everyone has creativity inside them. The right interior design can bring it out.