Nov 24, 2010
The Winnipeg Free Press has a article on creating personal spaces in your home — often at great expense — for “hobbies” such as Star Wars, bowling, and meditation. Yup, meditation is a “hobby” akin to rolling a ball down a polished surface in order to knock down some pieces of wood.
Time was when someone might create a place to meditate with some floor cushions, a CD player and fragrant candles.
Lori Dennis, a Los Angeles interior designer, said she frequently gets asked to design something quite different: chic, very expensive meditation rooms. Ones with “expensive luxuries like $200 per yard fabric, custom meditation benches, custom wall murals in gold-leaf paint, cashmere hand-knit throws and accessory art in the $10,000s.”