Monday, June 4, 2018

A Relaxation Makeover: Making Your Home A Haven

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Take a look around your house, is it full of junk? Do you feel stressed out by the very sight of this stuff? If so, don't think about taking a sledgehammer to your interiors just yet! Instead, think about turning your home into a relaxing haven. Now, we are so busy in life, that we come home and we just want to flop, meaning that we don't take the opportunities to make our home as relaxing as possible. If you keep thinking that it's time to give your house a makeover for a specific purpose, make it for the purposes of relaxation, and here are a few suggestions…

Make It Warm
Keeping your home at an average temperature, rather than it being too hot or too cold is going to bring about relaxation, rather than shivering or sweating. Many suppliers of wood fires, like IllusionFires.com.au have designs that make you feel like you are in a cozy log cabin, rather than your living room! If you can't afford a grand wood-burning fireplace you can always purchase an imitation fire, or make sure the thermostat is at a good temperature.

Appeal To The Senses
It's not just about what you see, but what you hear and what you smell. A room like the kitchen benefits from a sound system, so you can listen to the radio, or have a boogie while you are doing the dishes. Not only this, but if you live in a very busy area, and there is a lot of background noise, having your own self-sustained sounds is a great way to provide your own relaxation methods. LifeWire.com has a list of the best speakers on sale now, ensuring you get good sound quality even if you have a cavernous kitchen.

What Is Your Bedroom Like?
At the end of the day… you go to bed! If you've got clutter all over your bedroom, or you climb into bed, put Netflix on, or look at your phone, you're going to struggle to fall asleep. If you don't find your bedroom relaxing, this has to be remedied. To make your bedroom relaxing requires all the usual changes, from blackout blinds, to removing electronic devices, but also ensuring that your bed is still comfortable. If there are lumps all over the place, you're not going to sleep properly, and you are never going to feel relaxed.

Declutter!
Any clutter in the home that builds up is going to stress you out. Make it your duty to declutter on a regular basis, as this will provide a better-looking home, so you won't feel as anxious every time you set foot through the door. Decluttering is such a simple way to make your home feel fresh and revitalized.


Turning your home into a haven doesn't require drastic changes, but rather, it's more about peppering your home with a few effective items, and making sure that your home is as clutter free as possible from time to time. As soon as you have got these nailed, you will set foot through the door, and ease yourself into relaxation mode.

xxo
Kim

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