For homeowners who are looking for a way to enjoy all rooms of the home, and create a comfortable, relaxing space, the front-room of your home can be that space. But, how do you coordinate the area to create the “oasis”, or “spa-like” feel in your home? These are some things you can do.
Choose tranquil colours. Something neutral, easy to maintain, and something which allows you to put your mind (and body) at ease, when you are in the space. Keep it simple, go with lighter tones, and choose something soothing for the space.
If you have couches, chairs, or other furnishings, choose comfort over anything else. You want a couch you can sink into and really lose yourself in. Choose softer fabrics, materials that are delicate, and allow you to kick back, and leave your worries behind.
If a candle doesn’t calm you down and help you relax, not much else will. Choose scented candles, those which provide an ambiance of calm and cool, and choose candles which are long-burning. This will allow you to stay in the space for hours on end, and remain in your “Zen-state” when you need that time to relax your body and mind.
Keep it simple
Keep the room clutter free. Make it a space where you can come to and get away from worry and stress. Don’t leave items thrown around, choose simple furnishings, and keep the space clean. It goes much further than you might think.
If you are planning on decorating your front room or even another part of your home and looking for a local tradesman then I would recommend using a tradesmen directory. There are multiple sites which can get you in touch with a tradesmen in your area, one example of a site is myjobquote.co.uk. When it comes to creating your peaceful sanctuary, you’ll be surprised to learn the front room of your own home can be that space. These are a few tips for decorating and keeping a clean, and open space, to let your mind go, and body relax, regardless of what is going on outside of that room.