Beautiful Wood Work, Beautiful life
The natural flaws in wood give it amazing character, beauty, and warmth that greatly affects us.
Natural wood incorporated into our living spaces has measurable physiological and psychological health benefits. Studies have shown that when surrounded in spaces with natural wood elements workers are less stressed and more productive, students learn better, patients heal faster, and people are generally happier and calmer.
The use of wood in the interior of a building has clear physiological and psychological benefits that mimic the effect of spending time outside in nature. The feelings of natural warmth and comfort that wood elicits in people has the effect of lowering blood pressure and heart rates, reducing stress and anxiety, increasing positive social interactions and improving corporate image.
These benefits are particularly important in our living and working spaces where it is often difficult to incorporate nature indoors. A bit of natural wood with some natural light could make all the difference in your productivity, health, and lifestyle.