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A Few Homey Touches go a Long Way
When you’re moving into a new space it can at first feel odd seeing your things from your previous home in a new space, but something that can combat this change in environment is making sure that those old memories stay a part of your new home. You can accomplish this by making sure to put up lots of pictures of family and friends in your new home, especially in those rooms like your living room which are dedicated to spending time relaxing and bonding with guests. It will give the room a more homey feel and will also allow you to feel more established in the space.
Don’t Forget to Visualize the Space
Before you make any decisions in terms of layout, do you best to picture what it will be like. Can you see yourself spending time there, can you imagine yourself utilizing the space? Don’t just take yourself into account either. If you have a family, make sure there are plenty of places your kids can play, our your significant other can accomplish their tasks or relax. Consider hosting company, is this a space your guests will feel comfortable hanging out in? The chances are that your end result will be a bit different from what you envisioned, but at least you’ll have a general idea and you can weed out bad ideas.
When it comes to designing your home layout a lot of your spacial decisions are ultimately going to come down to what you value most in a room. However, it is clear that having access to the things you use most, and being able to feel productive and at ease in your environment should be an overarching goal for every new homeowner. If all else fails, you’ll always have Feng Shui to fall back on! Make sure to keep all of this in mind when prioritizing your next home layout.