Read on for some great suggestions on key design approaches to make your home a more comfortable space.
Find effective storage solutions
Storage is the heart of any successfully designed home, no matter how big or small your space might be. It’s easy to leave to the last minute when you’re designing a room or living area, but it really should be at the top of your list of priorities.
Having effective storage solutions will not only make your home look and feel much more clean and tidy, but it can also save time, reduce stress and the hassle of maintaining your home. Depending on the size of the space you are working with, there are a number of different design solutions you might want to consider, including built-in wardrobes, extendable drawers or rails for clothing, or cleverly designed bespoke storage areas, created to use up those awkward spare spaces in your rooms.
Don’t overlook the bedroom
When it comes to designing a home, people often prioritize shared spaces where friends and family are most likely to come in, while private areas, such as bedrooms, don’t get as much attention.
However, to make your home a truly comfortable space for you, your bedroom is an essential space to invest in. Take a look here for ideas on great mattresses, and consider the décor and theme you choose for your bedroom space.
Aim for creating a soothing and relaxing atmosphere here, where you can feel refreshed and energised after a great rest. Try and avoid allowing too many other distractions in the bedroom – keep work and entertainment in separate spaces outside of it, so that you can create a sanctuary just for recharging in.
This will make your bedroom a space to look forward to, and in turn, allow you to enjoy a more restful experience at home.
Choose appropriate lighting
Lighting can make all the difference to a space, setting the mood and ambience of an area, creating a sense of spaciousness, and even influencing how comfortable and welcoming it might feel.
If you’ve ever been in a room with cold strip lights overhead, you might know that sense of harshness that can come with it. While that kind of lighting might work on a factory floor where it’s important to maximize visibility and alertness in workers, it’s probably not the best lighting solution for a home environment.
Choose lighting that creates a sense of roominess, warmth, and cosiness to make each room feel welcoming and relaxing. Consider having a variety of different lighting solutions that can be used at different times of the day.
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