How To Turn Your Home Into A Relaxation Paradise
A home is a sanctuary. It is a place we always seek comfort, safety, and warmth when the world is overly chaotic and stressful. So turning a home into a relaxation paradise is something a person can greatly benefit from and increase their quality of life.
Sometimes it’s the little things that can make a significant change like painting the walls, but on occasion, you will have to do more complex renovations to reinvent your space. If you want to remodel your home to be your ultimate space to relax, here are some suggestions that will take you in the right direction.
Organize your hallway
The hallway is the first area you will see when you enter your home and it will play a significant role in setting the mood. The is also the place that tends to be overwhelmed with items from coats, hats, bags, and shoes to unnecessary things like bills and newspapers. So, the first and the most important step is to declutter the space and remove everything from it to have a better look of the room.
Use storage that will conceal the clothes and shoes to regain order in your hallway and consider placing a mirror to give the room more light and space. Put framed pictures of your family and friends on the walls to surround yourself with love and affection the moment you walk into your home. Warm and calming earthy tones are perfect for this room like light brown in combination with beige to add to the soothing décor.
Make the bedroom your sanctuary
When it comes to the bedroom, this is the room where you will recharge and regain your strength for new challenges. For this to be possible, you need to create a comfortable setting free of outside interference that will be both calming and therapeutic. The first move should be to remove electronic devices as much as possible from your bedroom, like a TV set, tablets, and computers.
Use cool shades like neutral earthy tones, blue and green to build a calming atmosphere and bring a piece of nature into the room. But also include this new color scheme on accessories like lampshades, throw pillows and curtains, not just the walls and floors. Always think about what is making you calm and incorporate it into your bedroom design like a seating area by the window or a tall floor lamp with dimmed lights.
Spa décor for bathroom
The bathroom is probably the first place in your home you consider remodeling for ultimate relaxation paradise effect. This is the room where you can give yourself some alone time in the homemade spa setting that will help you freshen up and forget the troubles of the day. Golden tones are very trendy this year and have a calming appearance, so use them for fixtures and mirror frames.
If you have a bathtub, create a space for candles that you can light and buy a caddy so you can have a glass of wine or read a book while soaking in. Place a few oxygen-producing plants in the room to refresh the environment with their appearance and properties. To free the space from items, build shelves and cabinets for storage, and consider concealing the items that could frustrate you like cleaning products.
Reinvent your living room
The living room is the heart of the home and since you spend most of your time there, it tends to get cluttered. But besides removing the excess stuff from it, consider redesigning the whole area with new colors and furniture. One or two Japanese massage chairs and some candlelight can even be enough to give your living room a relaxing edge.
If you have a small living room and feel suffocated by the lack of space, you can easily create a comfortable ambient with colors. By simply painting certain pieces of furniture like a coffee table or bookshelf into the similar or same color as the wall they stand up against, you will expand the space. Additionally, direct the lights to areas that need brightness like seating area and art which will limit the use of overhead lighting which is often too bright.
Bring relaxation paradise to your dining area
Usually, the dining room has a more formal setting but you can easily turn it into a cozy space. Gray is a simple shade that will relax your eyes and give a peaceful feeling to the room. Neutrals are another addition to your dining room which will go great with wooden features especially the floors.
To add some liveliness to your dining area, use blue pieces like a vase or bowl which is a color known for its calming effects. Consider moving your seating set against a wall or window for a more casual décor solution with glass and metal pendant for lighting. On the other hand, if you can’t do this, then making a rustic wooden table a focal point will make the room inviting and less polished.
Your home is your safe haven so you need to make sure that it is the relaxation paradise you need to escape the stress and chaos of everyday life. Even the smallest change can have a positive impact, but also you shouldn’t be afraid to experiment and adopt some bigger design concepts.
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