Have you ever thought that you did not just feel a hundred percent at ease in your home? This is possible due to its design. Although it seems incredible, design and distribution are essential to create comfortable, welcoming spaces as well as visually friendly. If your home does not just look like the house of your dreams that you had in mind, it’s time to correct those small mistakes that stop you and fill your home with a new energy that will make you feel much more “at home”.
You just have to know what is not going well at all. For example, the choice of colors that excite you or have tired you or the little use of spaces, that make you feel like “trapped”.
Mistake 1: The house always seems messy
It does not matter that every morning you spend a good time ordering it: it always seems like a disaster. Objects everywhere, the pile of unopened letters, children’s toys, cushions that are never in their place … Obviously, seeing your little ordered house affects you emotionally and more than you think – psychologists say that doing activities Like watching television or studying between clutter prevents you from relaxing or reaching the maximum level of concentration, because the mind is not entirely at ease: every time you run into the clutter notes it as a pending task and that causes stress.
To prevent this from happening, take note of the following tips:
- Start by doing a general cleaning, to order each piece of furniture and drawer (and also objects in sight) and establish a placement pattern (the papers in a drawer, toys in a box … etc)
- Bet on furniture that offers large space for storage. Like large drawers, many compartments … compact furniture, but with interior space that allow the act of ordering is always simple and hardly takes time.
- If you think that there are too many objects in sight and therefore your living room or room are very heavy, keep the decorations or anything you do not often use to give a much clearer overall appearance.
- It bets on minimalist and simple spaces, fleeing from the baroque.
- Create a daily order routine. Teach children not to leave toys in the living room or put stickers in their drawers so they know where to store everything once they have finished playing.
Mistake 2: Do not take advantage of corners
Often too small spaces give you stress, even sadness, but even the smallest apartment can be spacious if you know how to take advantage of it. A common mistake is to overlook the possibilities offered by the corners and corners of the house. Very easily, you can turn them into very functional areas and the interior design of the entire space will eventually improve. In addition, the corners give you a very good opportunity to create a useful and aesthetic space.
Use them to put a comfortable armchair by the window and create your perfect reading corner, place a vintage couch and make it the ideal place of the house to spend hours listening to music or make that corner the meeting place you always had Dreamed to have tea with your friends.
Mistake 3: Using large, bulky and heavy furniture
A furniture of these characteristics “eats” the whole space and gives you a feeling of heaviness and overwhelm that will not make you feel very comfortable. Bet on more open space in your home and make your rooms and rooms look much more airy. The solution is in the slender, thin and leggy furniture. The additional space between the floor and the furniture will make your rooms appear brighter and lighter. This will result in you spending the day with much more energy, in addition your spaces will have a much more current style.
Mistake 4: Disfavoring color palette
It is one of the most common and easiest mistakes to make. You do not need to remind you that color is capable of powerfully affecting mood. Tones such as red can make you feel nervous or angry, while intense yellow can cause anxiety. There are numerous studies that explain why this occurs in the human mind. That’s why we recommend for a suitable color palette so that you feel completely at home.
If you want to feel good energies, freshness and positivism, light and bright colors are a better choice than neutral and dark. The ideal is that the latter use them only to accentuate and give dynamism to the whole; For example, on frames, small lamps and cushions, but giving to the clear and brilliant.
Mistake 5: Opting for impersonal spaces
When decorating a house, you often copy the catalog of furniture, recreate the layout of your previous home or place the furniture in a completely conventional way. When designing a space, you also need to be innovative and look for functionality, but always with a personal note of your own. One of the most common mistakes are when buying simple furniture, with little design and those “that has the whole world” (the most recurrent option usually Ikea) This makes a house differ little from another and that Your subconscious seems to be a place that does not really belong to you, which results in you feeling cold / a little connected to the space.
Our advice is to be creative and, above all, to put your distinctive note to the place where you live. Each person is different and peculiar and so should be the dwellings as well. Even if you include some of the conventional furniture, repaint them or turn them into unique pieces, integrate a different piece and fill your house with pictures or pictures made by you and unique touches of your own harvest.