Boost your Mood with these Five Easy Décor Changes

If you tend to feel down when you come home from work, it may be time to make some small décor changes for your home. You won’t believe how something so simple can actually help change the atmosphere and emotion in space. Below are five easy décor changes for you to consider in boosting your mood without breaking the bank!

1.       Make your bedroom more relaxing

Many people look forward to lying down on a warm and cozy bed after a hard day. What most might find though is an uninviting slab covered with thin sheets. Your bedroom might even be giving off a gloomy atmosphere at night which you might not realize. This is usually the cause of weary nights when you find it so hard to nod off.

Your bedroom should never be a source of anxiety or frustration. Remove the thin covers and pillows. Replace the mattress. Replace the sheets with new, colorful alternatives. Add some paper lanterns for soft lighting. Add a little energy to the room, but also make it a soothing place so you can easily enter the land of dreams.

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2.       Be green with furniture made from recyclables

A lot of people want to give back to the world around them. If you feel this way, you may want to consider investing in some furniture made from used materials or engineered timber. Going green is a great way to boost your mood and invigorate your surroundings.

  • You have ease of mind in knowing you have helped the environment by using recycled materials.
  • The look of used wood brings about a look of antiquity and of the old country.
  • Engineered wooden surfaces look and feel like the real thing when given the proper finish.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          3.       Light it up

The lighting around your house has a large effect on how you feel. It’s not uncommon for a person to feel tired and low when they are in a room with low lighting or badly positioned lights. This is due to how the mind is attempting to perceive the time of day.

Consider changing the curtains if it is blocking too much sunshine. Change it to a light coloured or transparent option to help increase the brightness of the room. Replace the shades and bulbs of your lamps as well.

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4.       Use some of your personal decors

Your house should showcase your personality to your family and guests. Pick out some decorations that fit your taste and style. You don’t have to spend big on an expensive painting or sculpture. It could be just about anything you think can make your house look stylish. This can be a picture frame with a memorable photo, home-made artwork or even cute figurine found in online shops.

5.      Disguise organisers with style

One big mood dampener in your house is clutter. It can happen to any home, especially if you have a large family. Clutter can affect your mind as it can symbolise disorganisation, causing stress. A good way to prevent this is to place some organisers around the house. The problem with these types of objects is that they may look imposing and unnatural. You can amend this by using some simple alternatives and decorative additions.

Decorative boxes can be used to store car keys, coins, and anything you find inside your pocket. Toilet paper tubes covered in colourful wraps can make a great pencil holder. Rectangular gift baskets can be used as a kitchen utensil or condiment bottle holder. These examples are just a few of what you can add to organise your home while making it look stylish.

Need more advice? Get in touch with an interior designer or find inspiration from a décor supplier online.

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