Wellness Furniture. A daily source of renewal.

We’re approaching furniture from a health point of view.

So that it becomes more central to your life rather than an aid on the periphery.

Integrating healing into the home brings ease to the caring of ourselves. 

Wellness furniture includes therapeutic products that help relax the back and lesson stress and muscle tension, and includes zero gravity recliners, massage chairs, active seating such as perch stools, meditation benches, and now, Lull. 

Workplace well-being is core to business success and has prompted office furniture innovations designed to support people in feeling good. Why not also our homes? As, it is at home where we truly unwind—where we let our tension release.  

Food52 talks about this and "What would furniture designed with wellness in mind look like?" and how Ikea has responded to the need for wellness in the home with a wellness themed home decor collection.

Vern Yip, author and Trading Spaces host talks about how your home should nurture you and shares tips on making your home more liveable in this New York Times article, Vern Yip on Interior Design: Your Home ‘Should Nurture You.’

Lull by InclineRx was designed to support the body in a gentle inversion position. To bolster. To nurture. To strengthen posture. And, to break the patterns created from being hunched over in our work.

Lull fits into the home environment. It is accessible—a visual reminder.

One of our customers shared recently "I don't have to set anything out or roll out my yoga mat, it's just there, calling to me."

We open up space in our homes for what we value. A piano for instance. Our viewpoint for Lull is similar. Your health and wellness is of core value. 

The below quote and screenshot is from a demo last July of one of our earlier iteration prototypes. 

"How do you restore your mind, body, spirit? Pilates & yoga are my go tos. Having tried the incliner by inclinerx, I've now a new, daily renewal source in the comfort of my home. Lie back & relax! Love it as do my pooches!." 

 

Giving yourself 5 or 10 minutes a day in gentle inversion transitions one towards feeling the way you want to feel. 

We'd love to hear your thoughts, so please drop us a line below.