This year has been the strangest year most of us have ever experienced. Since March many of us have been stuck living an isolated life, and being at home for all this time can be hard for our mental health.
If you are sick of seeing the same four walls every single day, it might be a good idea to start planning and changing things around your home. Take this time to spruce up and revamp your living space and make it feel much more like a home than a house.
The first thing you can do to make a big change to your home is to get it to feel more festive. We know that it isn’t Christmas yet, however, Halloween is coming up and after that, we have a whole month where the house can be decorated for autumn and winter. Hang some fairy lights around the house, get some candles burning, use pumpkins around the house, and weave a leaf Garland around the stairs. There are plenty of ways to make your home feel more festive without fully decorating it for Christmas, and it will make everyone in the house feel like they are leading up to celebrating something.
If you don’t want to fully commit to redecorating your home, one thing you can do to make your home feel refreshed is to rearrange the furniture. Think about how you can move the furniture around to make your house look and feel more exciting. Even just changing the wall that your TV faces can make a whole lot of difference to the atmosphere of your home.
Plan a project
Being stuck at home for so long likely will get the cogs ticking in your mind, and now is a great time to plan a project with a home builder to really make your house a home. Whether it’s as big as building an extension or simply opening up the rooms of your house; any changes like this will make a huge difference to your house and they will make your home feel new and exciting.
Be smart with storage
One of the things that you can do during this time stuck at home is clean and reorganize your home as a whole. There are many ways that you can reorganize your living space including being savvy with storage. If you don’t have much storage space in your house you will know how crucial every space can be, and there are ways to utilize these spaces better. Instead of keeping everything in your wardrobe; vacuum pack clothes you won’t wear until next year and store them elsewhere. Get rid of chunky DVD cases in favor of a DVD case that will fit all of your discs in one place.
Have a clear-out
Now that you have gotten savvier with storage it’s time to clear out items you no longer need in your life. We know it can be hard to get rid of things, but in the long term your home will feel more spacious and the experience will be cathartic for all.