When I was a Sunday School teacher and also did some training to our teaching staff, I always stressed the importance of touching all 5 senses when presenting a lesson. It would always make your idea much more memorable. Touching all 5 senses would assure that your student would capture at least one of your examples and retain your big idea for that lesson.
Using the 5 senses in my now decorating business, I love the way it helps me touch my clients needs at each level.
Here are 5 ideas of how you can touch the senses in decor:
The sense of vision:
Art is one way that is visually stimulating. The taste for art is personal for each client. Here is one I have saved on a Pinterest board.
The sense of sound:
For a happy mood maybe while you are working, this is a fun youtube one:
The sense of smell:
Here is my favorite:
The Sense of Feel:
A velvet sofa is wonderful for a soft sense of feel.
Finally, the Sense of Taste:
So many ways to make your family and guest feel special.
Find ways to delight your senses....