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2018-05-14 14:34:31
Creating a Serene Environment in Your Home

The home you build should be one of peace and escape from all the worries you carry with you. With a hectic life of work, school and other activities, the home should be a place where you can leave those worries behind, relax and feel comfortable.

What are some things you can do to make the home more comfortable?


Decorating with specific colors, whether it be the paint color, pillows or other highlights can bring more of a peaceful feeling to a home. Some colors have been known to soothe and relax like pink, white and violet, while others have been known to decrease blood pressure like green and grey. The colors of your house should be chosen to reflect the mood you want to create with your family and friends.

Keeping it Clean

Keeping your home clean may seem like an obvious thing, but it will show how you feel about the home not only with you but your family. The stress of clutter can create distraction not only to you but others. A home that is clean is not just a stress reducer, but it also creates a much healthier environment for those that enter your home.


Light is an easy and straightforward way to create a warm environment. Whether you create the view with lots of windows that bring in the natural sunlight or having lots of softer bulbs that produce feeling happiness when it is lighter in your home. Sunshine creates a happier mood and especially helps with the spirit of a house. A fireplace on a cold, winter night can create a warm, cozy feeling and atmosphere as well.


A home that has your personal touches and reflects your style has a significant effect on your mood. Whatever your style, if you have personal items, colors or finishes, you feel happier in your environment. That goes for other family members as well. If you have a chance to personalize your space, they will have more of an investment in the home and feel peace in the home as well. The more personal area is, the more you will feel at home in it. 

Creating Quiet

You can’t always solve issues between quarreling siblings, but you can do things to make your home quieter. Whether your home is near trains or a busy street, installing extra insulation can make your home quieter. Also, take a look at some of your older appliances. Newer ones are usually not only more energy efficient, but also quieter and can create a more peaceful, more tranquil home. 





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