When it comes to decorating the interior of our homes, furniture fills a lot of the footprint of the home so it’s important to take the time to select the right pieces of furniture that will suit the space, add value to how the space serves you and also ensure the pieces chosen visually work together harmoniously and collectively to make the interior look that you are wanting to achieve.
Have you ever been at a party or gathering and found yourself seated in one spot and then moving closer to someone you’re conversing with, so you can hear them? This is because we like to feel close and to be heard and often in social settings noise is a common occurrence which makes hearing conversations harder.
Now that the most wonderful season is upon us I just wanted to share a different approach to decorating your home for the Christmas holiday’s.
Firstly let me start by saying that Christmas is a time for celebration and decorating our homes should be part of this too and there is no real right or wrong way to decorating, instead it’s about creating a beautiful space that will hold the special times had and memories made over your Christmas season.
We all want to enjoy the luxury that comes with the finer things in life, correct? I know I do. What if it were possible to have some of these luxuries in our home? What if we could not only have these luxuries in our home but enjoy them every single day? Below I’m going to share some simple ways that we can achieve a higher quality more premium lifestyle in our homes by taking into consideration our 5 senses, and the role that they play in how we use our homes.
I never quite understood the full impact that colour had on me until I experienced the loss of a loved one a few years ago. I remember not wanting to see or even wear bright colours. Colour was just too overwhelming for me to take in and I felt as though the colour itself was somehow draining what little energy I had left in me, out of me.