Homes serve as mood mirrors. To keep our minds at ease and feel cheerful, we should make our homes calming and colourful. Following a challenging day at work, we return to our homes. We must thus have that state of peace and tranquilly inside that is lacking outside when we return. As a result, we make an effort to create a setting that is both safe and reflective of our inner selves. Your home is your haven, according to Komal Jain, Creative Head of Kay Design House, who was speaking on the subject with HT Lifestyle. When life becomes overwhelming, you can feel comfortable and at ease there. The way you arrange a location may greatly affect how you feel while you’re in it. Some decorating decisions assist promote that feeling of tranquilly. Cluttered rooms can have the opposite effect on your mood and mental health, while a well-designed place packed with the things you enjoy can be soothing and relieve stress.
Additional items identified by Komal Jain that can have a relaxing influence on the environment include:
Utilizing muted, neutral tones – Bright colours are harder on the eye than muted, neutral tones.
Cluster of colours – Add in a few cheerful and upbeat accessories, such pillows or rugs, and see how the room becomes more lively.
Aromatherapy: Using an aroma can significantly help to quiet your thoughts. Diffusers and scented candles are the way to go, then, if you want to decorate your home.
Gardening: If you enjoy having a green space, this is the activity for you. Plants create a wonderful environment in the home and breathe life into any room. Additionally, they improve the aesthetics and harmony of the rooms.
In addition, Pushpender Hooda, co-founder of Pelican Essentials, offered some advice on the essential decorations to have in order to give the interiors a serene appearance:
A comfortable environment in a room is facilitated by drapes, slipcovers, drapes that pool on the floor, loose-fitting slipcovers, and fluffed cushions.
Nature – Bringing a bit of nature within with a few houseplants, a branch arrangement, or a bunch of flowers will discreetly add some freshness to the decor.