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Meditation Spaces That Will Inspire You To Create Your Own

When it comes to a meditation space, oftentimes less is more, proven through this nook featured on interior stylist Jason Grant’s website. For your own space, incorporate simple cushions, a small stool and textured area rug, and you’re ready to meditate in a no-frills, yet chic, space.

A home should always be a place of calm, soothing feelings, an oasis in the middle of a hectic world. You surround yourself with objects you love, colors that make you feel blissful and family photos that bring back happy memories.

But what if you set aside a special corner or even a room of your home that was completely devoted to banishing stressful emotions? Meditation is a great way to do just that, through focusing, breathing and clearing your mind. Your meditation practice can be improved through comforting surroundings and thoughtful design details, which you can achieve in your own home without having to go to a studio.

Here are 10 spaces that will have you saying namaste in no time.

When it comes to a meditation space, oftentimes less is more, proven through this nook featured on interior stylist Jason Grant’s website. For your own space, incorporate simple cushions, a small stool and textured area rug, and you’re ready to meditate in a no-frills, yet chic, space.

For a meditation space to feel good, it has to feel like you, right? You can get truly comfortable when you’ve woven in pieces that have meaning to you, like a joyful Buddha statue, a warm throw blanket and a colorful rug, which is what space and lifestyle design coach Kelly Anderson did here. She also inventively transformed a spot at the top of the stairs into a meditation corner, and she shares her tips in a blog post.

While bright, bold colors can be fun, there’s something about whispery, pastel hues that’s oh-so-soothing. Even though your eyes will likely be closed while you meditate, it’s important to feel comforted in the space as soon as you sit down. Sofia of @sofiaparapluie no doubt feels at ease when she meditates in this delightful corner of her home. Keep your eyes out for pastel meditation cushions and other accessories when designing your own space.

It makes perfect sense to take a meditation practice outside, where you can soak up the sounds of the birds chirping and wind blowing through the trees. You can design it however you like (just be sure to include waterproof, outdoor-friendly pieces and materials), or you can go all-out for an afternoon of meditating with a space that’s outfitted with dreamy textiles, candles and vintage pieces, like this one created by Sian of Sian Loves.

When you’re meditating, it can feel good to have some sunlight on your skin and a breeze coming in through a window. When crafting your meditation corner, try to place it next to a window, which is what Alexandra of To Vogue or Bust did in her own home. She styled this corner using a faux fur rug, woven pouf, a small ladder and meditation must-haves, like essential oil and a diffuser.

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