When you’re generally stressed and disinterested in life, it helps to look for a change of scenery and to refresh your environment. Take a short vacation, and when you’re rested and ready, reinvigorate your living space for a fresh start.
You don’t have to completely remodel or renovate your home to give it new life. Sometimes, changing your decor and adding several transformative pieces can completely spruce up your space.
Plants can liven up your home, not to mention improve the air quality inside. Place live plants in your living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and hallways to add a heap of green in your living space.
It has several health benefits to your mind and body, aside from you being able to breathe cleaner air. Adding plants in your home lessens your risk of illnesses, like sore throat, fatigue, cough, runny nose, because plants can help clear toxins and can potentially reduce airborne microbes inside the house.
There’s also such a thing called horticultural therapy, which is the practice of gardening and taking of plants to manage certain mental illnesses and stress, including dementia, depression, and schizophrenia.
If plants liven up your home, art completes your interior design. Decorating your home is like creating an outfit. Stylish clothes aren’t enough to polish an outfit; you need to accessorize to complete the look. In the same way, you need to add decorate your home to achieve a finished look, and wall art does that for your interior.
Paintings, photographs, and tapestries are some of the decorative pieces that can bring color and provide texture to your home. These pieces of wall art can add a focal point in the room, capture the attention, and make the space more stylish.
When choosing art to hang on your wall, keep in some considerations, like size, color harmony, and cohesion to create balance in your design…