Five Décor Tips to Boost Your Mood

We’re influenced by our surroundings and living space, so make sure your home is making you feel happy. Here are easy ways to update your interiors so they improve your mood.

Add Extra Lighting.

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Light the Way to Happiness

Light fixtures can be an easy way to brighten up a space, plus this in turn will make you feel good whenever you’re in the room. Add a few lighting fixtures to boost the brightness factor. Attractive light fixtures will also help to add décor delight to your current style.

Go One Shade Deeper.

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Richer Colors Affect Our Mood

If you have pale blue or orange in a living space, why not go a shade deeper to make the color more pronounced? This has the effect of adding boldness to a room and it can also become a space in which you feel more positive. Color has been known to have an effect on our moods, so choose one that uplifts you. For instance, a deep pink or orange can immediately help you feel cheerier; while blue shade usually have a calming effect.

Avoid Curtains or Blinds.

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Let Natural Light Work Wonders

Sometimes the quickest way to make a room appear brighter and more uplifting is to to let natural light in as much as possible. This could mean removing curtains or blinds. Natural light is a great way to enjoy the pretty summer days while making a space appear larger. This is also a great tip if you are on a DIY budget.

Add Comfort to Your Living Space.

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Wellbeing Rests in Soft Textures

Being in comfortable surroundings helps one to feel at ease. This is why it’s so important to create a comforting atmosphere at home. A relaxing space can be achieved with soft textures, light pastel colors and materials such as wood that always help to bring a sense of warmth to a room.

Use Gentle Geometry.

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A Curved Sofa can be the Perfect Place to Relax

Using geometry in your décor can be soothing, but make the lines soft so that the brain finds it less rigid. An easy way to achieve this is to use pieces that are curved, such as a rounded couch. You could also curve the layout of your chairs in a living room, for instance. Curvature has a soothing effect on the mind while being pleasing to the eye.

Décor that Displays Life.

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Create a Spiritual Connection

Splashes of life throughout the home, such as through the use of aquariums or indoor plants, can be a great way to make you feel more connected to nature. Added to this, they have a naturally uplifting effect. Perfect after a stressful day!

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