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Good Décor: Does It Matter for Your Mental Wellbeing?

Yes it does. As humans, we love order and beauty. And that’s what décor is all about. It’s a chance to organize our environments in a pleasing manner. It’s a measure that keeps our sensations comfortable. But unfortunately – many people underestimate the need for décor. And they do so for lifestyle reasons… A Few […]

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Yes it does.

As humans, we love order and beauty. And that’s what décor is all about.

It’s a chance to organize our environments in a pleasing manner. It’s a measure that keeps our sensations comfortable.

But unfortunately – many people underestimate the need for décor. And they do so for lifestyle reasons…

A Few Examples.

Maybe you’re travelling. So you might assume that keeping your environment “organized” isn’t worth it.

Or, maybe you live in a home you don’t like.

Maybe you plan on moving out in the long-term – where you feel that paying for renovations isn’t worth it.

Our Advice.

Aesthetics matter for your mental health.

So don’t shy away from making a few upgrades to your surroundings, especially with the plethora of affordable options on the market!

And to give you a few ideas…

Color Coordination.

You don’t need expensive furniture for décor.

There’s no need to buy a leather couch or expensive chandeliers. Cheap items with powerful color contrasts do the trick!

Example.

Let’s say your residence has white tiles. Here, getting dark black furniture is a good call.

The floor complements the furniture color, making it stand out.

Or, maybe you’re using PVC flooring to mimic a “hardwood” look. In that case, you can try a deep brown complement.

You’ll have an organic look that isn’t too expensive – while providing relaxation at home!

And speaking of what’s organic…

Keep it Simple.

Avoid the consumerist mentality.

You don’t have to stuff your home chockfull of furniture. You don’t have to crowd your space with pieces everywhere.

A few items suffice. And proper positioning can create the “illusion of space”!

Minimize.

Reduce the number of chairs lying around. Also, try to push furniture so that it’s closer to walls.

Avoid additions that seems useless. If you don’t need a living room table, then don’t get one.

This applies to items of all sizes, whether they be “extra lamps” or “computer desks.”

Upgrade Pre-existing Furniture.

You can add a few touches here and there to upgrade items you already own.

Examples.

If you have a worn out table, then just get a cover for it.

And you don’t need to pick a “stock option” either. You can seek custom printed table covers for a look that matches your vision!

Or how above damaged spots on your living room walls? You can cover those with a good portrait or a nice bookshelf.

And if it suffices, a smooth curtain can do the job too!

Simple Touches for a Better Look.

In the world of aesthetics, it’s the small things that matter.

Simple touches here compound over time, giving you an amazing holistic look. And you can do it on a budget.

What if I’m a Bad Aesthetician?

In that case, you’ll need a few sources of inspiration. And that’s not hard to find.

To give you a few ideas…

Consult Friends.

Got a close one who just had a renovation project? If you do, get their opinions.

They might be able to give you a suggestion or two on what needs fixing. They may even find bad spots in your home that should be adjusted!

Look for an Experienced Blog.

Many bloggers provide lifestyle tips. And home renovations are part of what’s offered.

Seek their assistance. Read their articles, and check out tips and tricks that you can incorporate to fix your home!

Final Word.

A beautiful home matters for your mental health. The world around you affects your thoughts and feelings more than you can imagine. And that reflects in your productivity and lifestyle choices!

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