With lots of us now spending more time than ever both. Working and relaxing at home it’s important that the space we have is both inspiring and relaxing.
Honestly, if ever there was a time to invest in your living space, it’s now. I know that it can be a bit of a daunting thought and often the amount of upheaval that can be required in a home renovation can often leave you wondering if it’s worth it at all. The answer though is that is always is!
At the start of lockdown, I went on full-scale DIY mode and painted and cleaned just about every fixed surface that I could think of. With the place feeling fresher it really does bring a much better vibe.
Even if you can’t be bothered reaching for the paintbrush, there are still loads of things that you can do to bring your home interiors up to date. One of the easiest and in my opinion, most impactful is to snap up some really cool new wall art.
When deciding on new wall art for your home, you might choose to go for a full-scale gallery wall or something a little more subtle. I find that when I start adding framed prints to my walls that, I find it hard to stop.
As the winter draws in and we’re spending less time in the garden, a good way to keep the connection with nature is to invest in a few new houseplants.
Make sure you check what kind of environment your new plants like though or they won’t survive too long. As a rule of thumb, keep them away from heaters/fires and make sure they get access to at least a little natural daylight.
Lastly, think about your sleeping situation. When did you last buy some new sheets/pillows/duvets etc? If it was more than a few years ago, it might be time to get on it. It’s amazing what a huge impact some fresh bedding can have on not only the look of your bedroom, but also on the quality of your sleep.
If you’ve any top tips of your own, please share them in the comments section below.