If you want to turn your home into the perfect haven and somewhere that you can’t wait to return to at the end of your day, keep reading!
The benefits of having a gorgeous home
Having a home that looks beautiful and makes you feel relaxed and comfortable will help you to unwind and destress, no matter the day you’ve had. Your home should be your save haven and somewhere that you feel you can be truly at peace and yourself.
Having this kind of safe space that you take pride in and feel happy about will help to reduce anxiety, give you somewhere to focus and think, and, above all, be your best self in.
Choose the right colours
Choosing the right colours for your perfect home is all part of creating the right mood. Use colours that make you feel happy and warm, tone them down to a neutral palette so that you can incorporate as much of this colour into your home as possible.
Incorporate natural materials
By using natural materials such as woods and stones, you are inviting nature back into your home and therefore are further instilling the peaceful and tranquil atmosphere you want to achieve.
Aim to use these elements in the furniture you buy and the accessories you choose to decorate with. For example, an oak coffee table or TV stand are natural and neutral furniture choices to accentuate your home.
You can even do this by adding in a new kitchen. Warm, charming, soft and soothing, there really is nothing quite like a wooden kitchen to grace the hub of your home.
Where possible, add in greenery in the form of florals and plants/trees. There are many benefits of indoor trees and plants and they will help bring natural elements inside and improve air quality.
Plants are a great way to add texture and dimension to a home, and they can break up a neutral colour palette in ways that still compliment without adding too many vibrant colours.
Remember to check out the needs of the plants you are going to be using and find out which ones are non-toxic if you have pets or small children.
Clean and bright
Introduce natural light where possible by having large open windows and tying back curtains to maximise this. If you don’t want to replace your windows and have very little natural light coming into the home, you can alter this by adding in mirrors and glass objects that will reflect light and distribute it around the rooms. Avoid using dark furniture whilst doing this.
Make it cosy
A heavenly home should be cosy and comfortable. It should have personal elements that make you feel happy and content, such as pictures of family or homemade art.
In the living room area, use throws and cushions to create a comfortable sofa for lounging and relaxing. You can do the same with the bedroom, making it the perfect peaceful place for slumber.