How to Make Your Living Room More Comfortable
Aside from the kitchen it is the living room where you spend most of your time, it makes sense therefore that your living room feels comfortable. Most living rooms are the first room people see when they walk into a house as well so you want this room to feel welcoming and warm. Usually when we first decorate our living rooms they look great but after much time spent there, they can start to look messy and full, if you find yourself in this situation then here are some tips to help you bring back the comfort to your living room.
Tidy the Cables
Usually living rooms are full of tech, TV’s, gaming consoles, cable boxes, DVD players and more, all of this tech comes with wires and there is nothing more unsettling in the living room than wires hanging about all over the place. There are several cable tidy products on the market which will put all of your cables in one tidy place, it’s amazing how spacious the TV area looks when the cables are tidied away.
Comfort is a sensory experience and using nice smells in the living room is a great way to help you to relax. There are hundreds of products that you can choose from but my preference is the scent sticks, you simply place the oil of your favorite smell in the jar and place the wooden sticks inside. The wood absorbs the scent and emits it into the room, when the smell fades a little you simply need o turn the sticks over and the smell will return.
Sofas go through a lot in the living room, they are sat on, laid upon, jumped on and moved about, the average life span for your sofa to remain comfortable is around 3-5 years, if you are able to then look at buying a new sofa to bring the comfort back into your home. There is nothing quite like coming home from a long day at work to a super comfy sofa where you can immerse yourself. A sofa doesn’t have to cost the Earth, it just has to be super comfy.
You don’t have to feng-shui your whole room in order to feel comfortable but there is some value in looking into some parts of the method. One such way is with art on your wall, you can find beautiful wall murals at places like House of Fraser Homeware sections and add some beautiful touches to your walls. The art should be something that either looks beautiful, relaxing or something that gives you optimism, items like these can really help you to relax. Feng shui suggests that you should have pictures like lovers kissing, open spaces like lakes and fields or anything with curved lines. As I said before, comfort is a full sensory experience and whilst you may not know that it is happening, being surrounded with artwork such as this can really make you feel relaxed and more importantly, comfortable.