Decorating tips – how to feel cozy in your home

Decorating tips - how to feel cozy in your home

When the cold winter months come, many of us would rather stay inside our warm and cozy homes. And since you are spending so much time inside, you should better create a relaxing and inviting atmosphere. Here are some small tricks to help you make your home a beautiful and pleasant retreat.

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Add greenery
Plants clean the air by emitting high oxygen content and release moisture vapor, which increases humidity of the air. Let some indoor plants purify the air and remove harmful household toxins. These living organisms interact with your body, mind and home in ways that enhance the quality of life.

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Wake up your home with lightning
Nothing can change your mood and the feeling of a room like lightning. Lightning is not just a necessity; it is also an important factor in enhancing the beauty and comfort of your home. It’s not enough to have just one light source – bring more light to your home with different kinds of floor and table lamps.

Keep the entrance to your home organized
Your front door is the mouth of energy in your home. Clutter robs you of energy, so cleaning it will bring you vital energy which helps you with mental clarity, focus, and inspiration. Put some effort to give a sense of beauty to your main entry because it is what determines the quality of energy that circulates throughout your house.

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Repaint your dining room
Although the color blue is said to be relaxing and pleasant, it’s not the right choice for your dining room. It works as an appetite suppressant, maybe because blue food is a rare occurrence in nature. Unless you are trying to lose weight, a blue dining room is not a good idea.

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Get the TV out of your bedroom
Watching television before bed can affect your sleep quality by stimulating your brain and affecting the secretion of melatonin, which is necessary for quality sleep. Instead, try reading a book under a dim light, this won’t disrupt your brain’s melatonin production and it will mentally prepare you for going to sleep.

 

 

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