One of my side areas of interest is interior design and architecture. You can imagine the thrill of helping to design almost 6000 square feet of wide open space! We are grateful for design help from Lou Maxon of Maxon Design, Amata Alden of Burgess Design, and Joey Giblin of Interior Management (OK, yeah, she’s my mom).
I am amazed with the power our surroundings have on our emotional states. I can walk in to a room and feel immediately transported to another place emotionally. We “get” this connection between design aesthetic and feeling and have taken great care to create a space that offers a comfortable, soothing portal to recovery. Our urban tree house with incredible mountain and city views includes touches of mid-century design, modern freshness and an earthy, natural quality.
“Wabi-sabi” is a Japanese principle that drives both our therapy and interior design approaches. Wabi-sabi is the Japanese world view of finding beauty in imperfection and profundity in nature. It reveres authenticity, uniqueness and the natural cycle of life. The imperfect circle of our Opal logo embodies wabi-sabi. Look around our space through a wabi-sabi lens and you will find the beauty of imperfect life, both in the interior design and in the people who roam the halls.