Decorating tips that look good and feel good.

Living Room by Popix Design
Charlotte Lea

In 2024, there’s more to prioritizing your well-being than exercising regularly and buying organic produce. (Though don’t get us wrong, those are both important, too.) Nowadays, wellness is mind, body, and soul connection—one that starts at home. Whether you invite your favorite people over for regular dinner parties or lean into your inner introvert with a spa-like soak, your home is your sanctuary. A special place where you can kick back, relax, and just be. Even if working from home is a distant memory, spending so much time inside over the past few years has been a not-so-gentle reminder that our personal spaces need to care for us just as much as we care for them.

The catch? From installing a cold plunge in your backyard to building a home gym from the ground up, investing in wellness design seems like… well, an investment. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, there are plenty of simple (and cost-effective) ways to bring that healthy lifestyle to the great indoors. If you’re looking to think beyond the organic produce and casual set of dumbbells and bring wellness into your overall design scheme, several designers share tips that are chic and cost-effective in equal measure.