How to Build Your Own Soul Space

How to Build Your Own Soul Space

Soul space emphasises a sense of comfort and reassurance for bed and bath products, achieved through organic colours, crafted finishes, countryside florals and natural materials.

Now, we will introduce what ownkotingng has about the theme of Soul Space. Our brand also will introduce the language of flowers that you can better understand soul space.

 

Lotus

The color white is often associated with purity and newness.

White is one of the most popular color choices for lotus flowers. They signify many things, including beauty, grace, purity of mind, wealth, knowledge, fertility, and faith. Their worldwide popularity and relevance have gained them the name “Womb of the World.”

In China, it’s believed that the white lotus flower and the entire lotus plant have medicinal properties.

Egyptians believe the flower represents purity, beauty, fertility, innocence and creation. The lotus flower is deeply sacred in ancient Egypt.

The Ancient Greeks believed the white lotus flower meant innocence and modesty. More recently, it’s been representative of a group known as the Lotus Eaters.

Sunflower

How can the big, cheerful heads of the sunflower mean anything but happiness? We know summer is nearing its end when we see these beautiful blooms but they also signal the start of cosy autumn days, crunchy leaves and Christmas, looming in the distance. They definitely spark joy!

Sunflower signifies pure thoughts. It symbolizes adoration and dedication. It is symbolic of dedicated love. It is however also symbolic of haughtiness.

Legend has it that when Spanish explorers reached the Americas, they thought sunflowers were made of real gold. Can you blame them? Of course, they were wrong. That's where the sunflower got its symbolism of "false riches."

Daisy

The family name Asteraceae comes from the Latin word, aster, which means star.

The common name, daisy, comes from the Old English daeges eage which means day’s eye. This refers to the daisy’s tendency to open in the morning and close at night.

Daisy symbolizes innocence and purity. It conveys loyal love and “I will never tell”.  Daisies are the first level of Girl Scouts so it's only fitting that they represent innocence. And with their cheery, sunny little faces, the symbolism definitely makes sense.

Yellow – Yellow daisies have a strong association with cheerfulness, friendship, joy, and wishing someone well or “get well”.

Red Roses

Nothing says “I love you” more than a classic red rose.

Red is the color of affection, passion, romance, and desire. A red rose also reflects beauty. It’s a universal symbol of love, making it a perfect gift for your significant other on anniversaries, birthdays, or even on a random day.

Pink Roses

Pink roses represent elegance and femininity. They’re very versatile roses and convey many meanings depending on their shade.

Light pink roses represent grace. They’re a suitable gift for a woman who has reached a milestone or achieved a goal. Also, if you’re interested in someone, yet feel that a red rose would be too strong of a gesture, a pink rose can be a more subtle way to show them how you feel.

Dandelion

The name Dandelion comes from the French dent-de-lion, which is derived from the Latin phrase for lion’s tooth. This is based on the spiky and toothed shape of the leaf.

Taraxacum comes from the Arabic word for bitter herb, tarakhshagog.

The bright yellow Dandelion flower is a symbol of growth, hope, and healing. The greatest significance comes from its unique and instantly recognizable seed head, rather than the sunny flower. The seed heads are commonly picked and blown to make a wish, spreading the seeds at the same time. This has given the flower a strong association with hope and optimism.

Through our introduction, hope to have your favorite products, and then build your own relaxed space. If you want to know more, please feel free to contact our team. Or you can look through this collection to make your choice. Soul Space

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