November 15, 2019 2 min read

So, you feel like redesigning your home, but you need some inspiration? Relax, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 3 easy to apply suggestions:

 

1. The starting point is you!

It’s your home, so you matter the most!  

So, you need to consider your lifestyle, the practicalities and your own tastes. Consider the following:

  • Do you own a lot of stuff!? How important is storage? 
  • Do you want versatile durable fabrics as you have small children? 
  • Do you love to socialise at home but space is tight, so need an extending dining table? 
  • What are your favourite colours, prints, patterns? 

Your home is a reflection of your personality in so many ways. A great start is to create amood board. Get your inspiration all in one place and formulate your look and feel. This could befabric swatches,magazine articles, newspaper clippings, and social media tools likeInstagram andPinterest are great!! 

 

2. Combining styles, for example - contemporary & modern

Once you have your starting point, it’s important to know that your style does not have to be restricted. In fact, mixing concepts together is a great way to create your perfect home!

In our previous blog, that you can readhere, we talked about the differences between contemporary and modern. But, combining these styles together is a great way to create your very own cosy house!

Both styles lend themselves towards a minimalist look with their clean lines and shapes, giving you a feeling of space and light. The mix of warm woods and clean solid constructions allows a cosy feeling to seep into the design and take away any concerns of creating a‘clinical’ feeling.

 

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3. Digging a bit deeper - wellbeing and design

We all know how important our wellbeing is and our home environment is key to this. 

So, what if you look to create a room in your home based on more than just aesthetics and practically but instead about harmonising the environment around you?

Think of what makes your home ‘home’. The space surrounding your furniture is as important as the pieces themselves. ConsiderFeng Shui, for instance. 

Feng Shui, as a practice, claims to use energy forces to harmonise individuals with their surrounding environment. In short, Feng Shui is designed to give you a calm space to unwind at the end of a long day. Sounds amazing, right?


In summary

To create your very own cosy, it’s about your personality, your lifestyle and your wellbeing all wrapped into one. 

This is just the start of your room or house redesign and it's fun and exciting. So, enjoy it! 

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