After a long day at work, all we want is to curl up and relax in our comfy home. To be able to do that, we need to bring harmony and peace into our living space. Turning your home into a peaceful oasis doesn’t have to be hard at all – follow the steps below to do it in an effective way.
There is no way of relaxing in a home that is messy – that’s just the way our minds work. As long as there is a pile of laundry waiting to be washed and a sink full of dirty dishes waiting to be tackled, you won’t be able to fully relax. And those closets of yours – they won’t declutter and organize themselves either. When there’s chaos around us, there can’t be tranquility of mind. You Delay your chores and say you’ll do them tomorrow, or someday. But someday is not a day of the week, and you need to start decluttering as soon as possible to be able to enjoy your home to the fullest. Start by ditching all the things you don’t use or need. Try to use Marie Kondo’s method for decluttering – keep only things that spark joy and what’s no longer of use to you, express gratitude and discard it. Also, tidy up your home whenever possible – small actions are what will help you make your home a more enjoyable and pleasant place to be.
Colors have a big impact on how we feel, and using them wisely in your living space can help you turn it into a more relaxing place to spend your time in. Introducing neutral colors into your home is a great way to bring balance and peace into your living space. Neutrals are often used in spas, saunas, and spaces where the main aim is to relax and unwind. Colors like warm gray, champagne beige and creamy ivory are all great color choices for a tranquil, serene home. Even though some people might think that these colors are bland, these colors are anything but boring.
Imagine a perfect winter morning – beautiful snowflakes falling from the pale blue sky while children make snow angels on the ground. You enjoy the sight for a while, and then you decide to get yourself a cup of good ol’ coffee to start your day. As you tap to your kitchen, you realize how cold your floors actually are. Then you go to your bathroom and the same thing happens. If you’re tired of having to put on your slippers every time you go to those two rooms but enjoy the aesthetics of tiled flooring too much to cover it up, do yourself a favor. Install a quality hydronic heating system in your home – underfloor heating will help turn your home into the comfy oasis you’ve always wanted to have. In addition, you can choose to install a hydronic radiator system to keep your house cozy at all times. Both of these are eco-friendly types of heating systems, so you’re also helping the environment by choosing hydronic heating for your home. A well-heated home will help you relax and infuse your space with peace and tranquility.
Nothing will make your space look more relaxing than introducing scented candles throughout your home. Scents can take us anywhere – they are such a powerful tool for teleporting our minds to different periods of our lives and places we used to spend time in. Their ability to perfectly capture a certain feeling makes them a great decorating tool which we can use to relax and unwind. Your bathroom and your bedroom are two places you simply must use candles in if you want them to look more serene. Living rooms are another place we like to go to when we come back from work, so use candles there, too. There are so many different fragrances of scented candles you can choose to relax and evoke nostalgia – scented candles with calming coconut scent may remind you of sunny, sandy beaches where you once made sandcastles, while cinnamon scented candles are reminiscent of baking your favorite Christmas cookies with your mother during winter holidays.
What makes plants such an awesome addition to our living spaces is the fact that they are so much more than just a great decorating tool. They absorb the nasty pollutants from our air and use them to produce oxygen, leaving our indoor air fresh and purified. The vibrant colors of their vivacious, luscious flowers in bloom are sure to uplift your mood and make your home look more comfy and cozy. The best part of growing houseplants is that you don’t need to have a green thumb or be an expert in gardening to have them thrive. There are a lot of low-maintenance indoor plants you can get to turn your home into a peaceful oasis.
There are many ways to make your home more relaxing. Use the tips above to turn your home into a comfy and cozy oasis where you’ll be able to relax and unwind completely.