I Don’t Really Love Candles Or Incense Or Any Of That Stuff. What’s The Best Way To Create A Zen Space In My Home Without Making It Smell Weird?

So, after years of staring at the damp stain on my ceiling and nervously ignoring the huge crack in the wall, I recently got my living room decorated professionally. I have really high ceilings, and after several half-assed and slightly ham-fisted attempts to do it myself, I decided to Get A Man In.
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March 13, 2013
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zen, decorating, meditating

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So, after years of staring at the damp stain on my ceiling and nervously ignoring the huge crack in the wall, I recently got my living room decorated professionally. I have really high ceilings, and after several half-assed and slightly ham-fisted attempts to do it myself, I decided to Get A Man In.

I love my new living room, but there are lots of patterns going on so it feels quite frenetic. I’d like to find a way to make the space a bit more Zen and chilled out. I’m trying to get into meditating and all the busy colours and patterns are making it hard for me to chill out in there at the moment. And if you hadn’t guessed, I’m not a huge fan of scented candles, joss sticks or incense. Suggestions?