We spend half of our life in our home. How to make it cozy and comfy? There are little tricks that work for me, I hope you find it useful too.
Light It Up With Colour. What is your favourite colour? Why do you like it? For me, it makes me happy whenever I look at it. To transfer this feeling to your home, add your favourite colour to your home by buying cushion, photo frame or just set it as your home's theme colour. Sometimes, a really dull sofa with colourful cushions make such a big different.
Buy Flowers Or Plants. Flowers are something that would grow from time to time. I love watching their progress and when they all opens up, it just makes me so happy. If you don't have time to look after the flowers, buy some succulents. (You just need to water it once in a week time.) A little bit of green makes a home more cozy.
Put Candle Next To The Font Door. Try to create a "home scent" by placing a candle with a scent that you really like next to your front door. So every time you go back home, you smell like home. It's really good to create different sensation to trigger the joyful feelings.
A Home With Positive Quote. Sometimes we are just to busy working for life and forget to stay happy and be strong. It's always good to remind yourself by placing positive quote in your home. Just choose one or two of your favourite quote, place it in the bedroom, living room or even bathroom (when you have time to sit down and be still). The happy message may just printed into your brain in a way that you don't even aware of.
Play Music Whenever You Are Happy. The last thing we can do to make our place a happier home is that whenever you feel happy, like family or friends come around for Christmas dinner or you get promoted or you have finished a TV shows that you like, play a song that you love. When you are alone at home and feeling a little bit blue, play the music. All the joys will just come back with this song. A home full of happy memories is definitely a happy home who everyone love to live in.
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