How to Create the Best Relaxing Space in the Comfort of your own Home

Home is where the heart is. It’s the one place where you can truly unwind, and you may even find that it’s where you feel the most at peace. If you feel as though your home could do with a bit of TLC then here are a few things that you can do to boost your space.

Remove Clutter

Clutter can stop you from feeling calm. It doesn’t matter whether you have clutter in your living room, hallway, bedroom or anywhere else; you have to remove as much as possible. Put things out of sight or even make the commitment to get rid of things altogether whenever you can. This will help you to make your space feel way more welcoming and it will also make it easier for you to truly relax too.

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Memories

You should always spend a bit of time getting in tune with what makes you feel at home. Think about it, do you have any fond memories of when you were growing up? If so then try and infuse them into your personal space. Put up some photographs or invest in things that make you smile. When you do, you can own the space in your  home and this can go a long way in terms of your comfort level.

Life

Are you a plant person? Plants can add an element of life to a room. They can also make it feel way more cosy, too. If you are stuck as to which plants you should be investing in then think about Aloe Vera or jade plants, for example. These are very easy to take care of and you can usually find them for an affordable price. If you don’t want the hassle or the stress of having to take care of something, then there are artificial plants that you can get too. These are great at adding décor and they can also make your space feel much more tranquil.

Aroma

Scent can have a huge impact on the way that your home feels. If you want to add some scents to your home then think about investing in some candles or even buy some essential oils. This is ideal if you have a diffuser because you don’t have to worry about lighting a flame if you have kids and you can also easily fall asleep with it being left on. If you want to customise the feel of your home, then you can also make your own essential oil combinations. When you do, you can then really experiment and see which ones you love the most.

Colour

Believe it or not, colours can have a huge impact on the overall mood of your space. Some people like plain colours or neutral choices. Other people love bold and bright. Either way, it doesn’t matter which option you go with, as long as you opt for something which instils a sense of calm for your personality.

Sound

Music really is one of the most relaxing and comforting things. If you agree, then why not find a great playlist you can put on when you get home, and use it as a tool to unwind. If you just can’t stand the thought of making your own playlist because you don’t know where to start, then Spotify has a huge range of choices. You can even download them to your phone so that you can listen to them while you are on the go. It’s also worth investing in dab radios so that you can listen to music when cooking or even when in bed.

Warmth

Tea tastes great, and it’s very comforting too. If you have never been a huge fan of tea, then you’ll be glad to know there’s a huge range of flavours for you to choose from. Make yourself a brew and sit back with a good book. If you just don’t like tea at all then you might want to try hot chocolate instead. Something as simple as this can really add an element of calm to your mood and you would be surprised at how much it could help you to cosy-up at the end of a long day. Want to take things to that next level? Why not think about investing in some underfloor heating so that you can feel the warmth of your home as soon as you walk in the door.

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