You are probably stressed, or you are doing a job that consumes a lot of energy; the house should be the place where you go back to sleep and relax; here are some tips for furnishing it in the right way and finding the mental balance.
The home should be a sweet refuge. When everything goes wrong, when it seems to you that the world is asking too much of you, you should be able to go back to your apartment and feel safe. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Some homes do not reflect the character or needs of those who live there. Therefore, it is essential to try to make your home more relaxing if you are experiencing a moment of high stress. How? With the right decorations.
Add libraries and storage items. If your house is very untidy, you may feel suffocated at some point in your life. This state, in fact, increases cortisol and makes you less productive. It is therefore important to invest in bookcases, shelves, or modules for filing.
Use blue. The color that has the greatest impact on mood is blue (and derivatives). You could add some furniture elements, like rugs and pillows, or make a nice wall. Add this shade to the rooms you use most, such as the bathroom, bedroom, or study where you work.
Furnish with live plants. They are a fundamental element of well-being. First of all, they rid the air of toxins and produce oxygen, making the spaces cooler and acting as a soothing agent.
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Use very light curtains. Let in sunlight that stimulates circadian rhythms to work properly also helps improve mood.
Focus on soft fabrics. As children are comforted by teddy bears, adults may find it very pleasant to wrap themselves in soft blankets. Greenlight for rugs, cushions, and enveloping throws.
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