Cocoon Effect in Decoration

Cocoon Effect in Decoration

Cocoon Effect in Decoration
Cocoon Effect in Decoration

While the process we live in enables us to look at our home environment from a different perspective, adding the time we spend indoors, we put comfort in the foreground not only in our personal style but also in our decoration choices. The feeling of being embraced in the fashion world shows itself in 2021 decoration trends.

Cocooning, also known as the Koza effect, is one of the most valid trends that the period we passed through was re-emerging. While we used to think that it was just about creating a living space of our own, now we are trying to create an environment that will be the best for us both spiritually and physically.

Of course, there is also a health part to this. While deeply experiencing the concept of working from home and increasing hours at the computer, we are unwittingly inviting posture disorders. That's why we need to choose more rounded chairs or armchairs that make us feel comfortable and can somehow support our waist and back. In general, the reason behind this trend is the feeling of trust that comes with embracing, just like the weighted blankets.

Of course, we should not ignore the effect of the winter season on this issue. As the weather gets colder, our desire to get lost in our soft quilts, and to choose materials that warm our heart the moment we touch them instead of hard fabrics increase. I think we can also attribute this unswerving point of view to our changing mood. Just as we tend to use brighter colors and lighter fabrics when the weather gets warmer, we focus on the soothing effect that comfort evokes in us in this period. If you want to create a similar effect in your living space, you can take inspiration from the decoration accounts we have chosen below.