The old saying is true, “your home is your castle.” With this in mind you should look for ways you can make your home more comfortable. Fortunately, there are some small ways of doing this, including:
Make sure your home’s humidity level is between 40 — 60%. Any higher is too warm. Any lower is too cold. Consider installing a whole-home dehumidifier or adding ventilation in moist rooms such as your kitchen and bathroom.
Get rid of the clutter.
Add some houseplants to make the room feel pleasant and purify its air. Their presence relieves stress and anxiety while taking care of them makes you feel accomplished.
Think about your home’s colors and decor. Decide how you can make your walls reflect this. Although you’d think neutral colors would work well, they’re not as friendly and personalized as darker colors like brown and gray. These colors add drama, especially when you add metallic accents.
Display photos and artwork that showcase your family and friends while helping you feel relaxed. By remembering the good times from the past you’ll lighten your mood. Colorful artwork also works well as accent pieces in any room. Make sure these photos and art pieces make you feel happy, regardless of what anyone else says. It’s important your home inspire you, not them.
When considering your home interior, don’t overlook the elevator. Make sure it’s designed in a way that’s appealing to everyone in your home as they’ll use it a lot.
Look up at your lighting. It plays a big role in a room’s mood and atmosphere so make sure it matches the layout and feel of the rest of your home.
Making just a few of these changes will make you feel more comfortable in your home. Eventually, it’s possible to make your home so cozy you’ll never want to leave.