The world pandemic made people spend more time at home. Millions across the globe were forced to work remotely and spend entire days locked in their homes. This situation forced a change in interior design and trends, and now people look for coziness in their homes rather than sheer practicality.
If you’re one of these people and had your home designed in the ever-popular minimalistic style, it’s time to make changes. That’s what we’re talking about in this article; we’re sharing a couple of tips on creating a cozy home with a few simple changes. Follow up and see what they are.
We spend around one-third of the day in our bedrooms. Of course, we’re asleep most of the time, but that’s precisely when we need to feel the most comfortable and rest.
Look for the best bedding that will be the most comfortable for your nighttime sleep. Opt for Egyptian cotton sheets and feel like royalty every time you go to bed.
Another third of the day goes by in the living room. Whether we’re watching TV or doing something else, the chances are great that you’ll spend a lot of time in the living room.
You need to get yourself the best possible sofa, couch, or armchair to spend the day in. You want to feel as cozy as possible, and that’s impossible with the right furniture. Fix a cup of coffee, or make some popcorn, and you’ll see how all life’s problems disappear for a few hours.
The fireplace in the living room adds even more to the entire scene. Something about the fireplace reminds people of their prehistoric time when the fireplace was a sacred and safe place to be around.
You can spend hours sitting in your rocking chair, just looking at the fireplace and doing nothing, and be thrilled with the time spent. A fireplace adds to the comfort of your home, especially during the winter.
Our nose is capable of distinguishing around one trillion different smells. That’s an incredible number. Not all of them are in the category of pleasing ones, but a great scent can make you happy.
Get yourself an essential oil dispenser and set it to disperse the right amount of the oil to have the room filled with your perfect fragrance at all times. Every time you walk inside your home, you’ll feel amazed, and you’ll enjoy the time spent there, which is the essence of feeling cozy.
Most homes are painted white after they’re built. The reason behind this is that white makes rooms look bigger, but they are at the same time cold and uncomfortable. If you want to feel cozy, paint the cabinets in another color that will make you feel at home.
Think about some warmer colors, like reddish variants or something that you’ll find suitable for your taste. All people are different, so go for it if you feel the best living in a white-painted room.
Plants have the same healing power as the fireplace. We used to live in the wilderness, and plants were part of our daily lives. That’s why we love having them around.
Plant more flowers around the house and take care of them regularly. If you keep watering them and let in enough sunlight, they’ll thrive inside your home and make the place amazing. Just keep them off the bedroom, as they will drain the oxygen needed for a good night’s sleep.
When the weather is fine, you’ll want to spend some time outside. Create a perfect garden in which you can spend some time. Set comfortable chairs and enjoy the sunbathing in early summer mornings or spring noon.
Gardens are also great for BBQ Sundays and hanging out with friends. You can’t stay locked inside your home forever, you’d love to go out from time to time, and instead of going to the park, your backyard may be the perfect place for this.
If you want a cozy home, these are some things to think about. All of them are not too expensive, and only minor changes and investments can make them a reality at your place.
Get yourself the softest beddings, a comfortable sofa, and a fireplace to fill up the place. Repaint your walls in a warmer color, and fill the air with the perfect scent. You can also keep plants inside your home and create an enjoyable garden where you can sunbathe and relax.