Following the pandemic, many of us are continuing to spend a lot of time at home. In fact, 75% of consumers intend to continue working out from home.
The pandemic has also exacerbated an already growing trend in health and wellbeing, with interest in wellness now being at an all time high.
It’s no surprise that wellness real estate (which refers to homes being designed and built to support the wellbeing of residents) is more in demand than ever. There are many benefits to investing in your wellbeing, and we’ve looked into the impact this can have on your home in our recent blog: Why a high-end home gym will be your best investment in 2021.