Saturday, September 9, 2017

I Love The Smell Of Minimalism In The Morning

Let’s be perfectly honest: not every home smells sweet and irresistible all the time. In fact, you’ve probably experienced days when you’ve been wondering what the bad smell in your home was. The problem with houses is that bad odours can easily accumulate under the roof and slap you in the nose when you least expect it. However, most cases of bad smells can be treated with a little bit of cleaning magic. From the pet’s toys – and that include hunting gifts from your cat – to the leftovers in the fridge, sometimes all it takes is a little bit of cleaning up and ventilating to get your home smelling fresh and inviting again. But what can you do when it doesn’t work?

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Nothing is like the smell of a dry room

It’s not uncommon for homes to facilitate the build up of damp patches.You might not even get to see the patches, but you can smell them. Sometimes the internal structure is responsible for the apparition of damp; sometimes it’s a problem with your internal air circulation. It doesn’t matter how often you open all your windows to let fresh air in. You need to install a sub floor ventilation system to get rid of floor dampness. And tada! You’ll get your home smelling fresh and dry again, and no more like a wet towel all the time.

My minimalist decor smells so pure

A minimalist decor refers to the art of decluttering your home. No more piles of unread books, crammed rooms, and unwanted furniture. Yes, a minimalist decor looks stylish. But do you know what it’s good at too? Not accumulating dust! Decluttering your home is by far the best way to get rid of old and musty smells. My word, your minimalist living room is an olfactive delight!

Does the air smell clean to you?

Have you noticed that sometimes your home harbours a chemical and unnatural smell? It doesn’t matter how many vases of flowers you put around the house, the smell still lingers. It’s because there are air pollutants in your home that are caused by processed materials in your furniture and chemical products. You’d be pleased to know that there are indoor plants that can get rid of these toxins for you. s Placing a peace lily in your lounge is not only a pretty addition but helps to remove formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene too. The bamboo palm has a similar action but also fights off air dryness indoors.

Sweet as a pie

Takeaways and packed food might sound appealing – and they sure taste good – but they create an addictive pattern in your brain. Everything will smell of that sticky BBQ sauce for days even though it’s only in your mind. Getting rid of the incriminating pizza box is not going to help. Instead, you need to train your mind to other food smells. How about baking a fresh batch of cookies or a sweet fruit pie and letting the smell travel through the rooms?

Don’t struggle with unpleasant odours in your clean home. It’s time to tackle the invisible causes of bad smells from a structural issue to an addiction of the mind. Welcome to your home fresh home!

xxo
Kim

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