Design a Healthy Home

When you step into a house, you know a house has vigor by its aura. Regardless of the period and style, there is a sense of harmony and purity that nourishes both body and soul. Over time, you may also notice that you breathe more easily, feel more content, and begin each day with heightened energy and enthusiasm. One of the great ironies of the twentieth century is that the very technologies intended to enhance our well-being have often undermined our health. Below are a few measures one can practice to build a healthy home.

Make your home a haven:

Home is where we feel comfortable, de stressed and energetic even after a tiring day. It is up to us to make it one. Making your home healthier can involve simple remedies, such as opening a window to let in a blast of fresh air, and more lasting solutions, like moving away from paints, furnishings, and cleaning products that throw off chemical vapors.

Get the right light:

Home Lighting can actually make or break your family’s health, happiness and well-being. In fact, recent science has discovered that making the right lighting decisions in your home could even protect you and your loved ones from degraded eyesight, depression, weight gain, cancer and a host of other problems.

Color Psychology:

Warm tones like reds, yellows, and oranges, and earth tones like brown and beige often work well because they stimulate conversation. Red can be used in the kitchen as it has been recognized as the appetite-stimulating. It is power of red decor. Cool colors – blues, greens and lavenders can be great choices in the bedroom, because they are thought to have a calming effect. And lastly, for your kid’s room, the color ‘Green’ is the most advisable as Green is the color of concentration.


One can place or use fitness equipment in the play room of your house to encourage beneficial physical activities. Some bathrooms, for example, include heated floor stones instead of tile to mimic the therapeutic effects of hot stone reflexology. Finally, keep the space hygienic, clean and dust free, such that you can practice yoga to bring in some good health and spirit to your home.


It is an age old practice to place the doormat at the entryway. Doormats and floor mats must be placed at the entry and ensure to keep the shoes outside the doormat. Up to 80 percent of the dirt that gets tracked inside along with countless allergens, bacteria, and lawn chemicals can be caught with a double length of washable matting before it makes itself at home.


It is to be believed that good aromas enhance our lives and fights with decreasing tension, headache, anxiety and depression. Home should never smell bad as it creates negativity. It is better to clean the home properly. Bring home scented candles, lamps and potpourri, to make your home smell good and to create a soothing effect.

Your home defines your personality. Simple measures can transform your home from simple to magnificent. Home decor is often viewed as simply a matter of aesthetics – what looks attractive and boasts of a lifestyle. ‘Mulberry Woods’ by Saran Developers are 4 bhk condos in Bangalore, which are well thought and designed to bring in good health and harmony. These apartments in Sarjapur Road make every attempt to give their home owner a peaceful life. Healthy home is a sign of prosperity itself. But proponents of home design and decor believe that the components you use to decorate your home can have a profound effect on the emotional well-being of you and your family.

Saran Developers was initiated by a bunch of young and accomplished individuals from different backgrounds such as Real Estate Development, Agro-farming Technology & Landscape Development, Development of Gated Communities, Information Technology, Management and more. The diverse mix brings a unique wholesomeness to the knowledge pool of the organization. The same is instrumental in building all-round value for the customers of Saran Developers.