If you don’t feel comfortable in your home here are some changes you can make!

Aug 14 2018
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Making a comfortable home. This contributed post really spoke to me… and not necessarily in a good way. It wasn’t that long ago when my ex husband had turned my home into a place I didn’t even want to be. It really was with that realization, that I didn’t want to be in my grandma’s house – in MY house, that I knew I could no longer continue in the relationship.

No one should ever make you afraid to go home. Home should be a place of comfort and safety, a place where you feel down to your very bones that you can heal.

With my choice to end my marriage things changed dramatically here and it wasn’t just the hundreds of small changes I physically made, it was a change in the very air. My home became a place of happiness and love again, a place of safety.

My family has commented, over and over again, how the way my home FEELS is so different from what it was that it’s almost hard to believe. When before they walked on egg shells, when they never felt welcome and were always worried of making him angry and making my life worse.

Now, they step into my home and feel it like I do: it truly feels like a home.

I went on an absolute mission to make my home MINE again in every possible way. I turned my entire master floor into a healing oasis and I honestly can hardly believe the changes in myself now. I am so much healthier, so much more relaxed now and kinder to myself.

A comfortable home is seriously a very important thing. (The following is a contributed article.)

Make your own DIY custom canvas prints, don't throw those old canvas prints away that you don't want you can paint them over and make your own custom canvas prints and pictures! Making two great prints using wall decals from Amazon for my master bathroom after my divorce!

There are few things more dispiriting than feeling uncomfortable in your own home. It’s one of those things that can happen if your home is not designed and laid out in the right kind of way though.

Luckily, there are plenty of changes you can make so that you start to feel more at home. Those are the changes that we’re going to talk about today, so you’re in the right place!

It’s all about creating a home that meets your specific needs and makes you want to spend more time there. Anyone can start making these changes and making their house a more pleasant and appealing place.

And once you do start to make these changes, you will find that family and friends want to spend more time in your comfortable home than too.

Pinpoint the Problems

First of all, you need to be clear about what the problems are. (It’s hard to put things right when you don’t even know what the problems are in the first place!) Think about the changes that will have the most impact.

Clear Clutter and Stress

First, you should approach the problem of clutter. If you don’t move out the clutter and trash you will always have that feeling that the walls are closing in on you.

Just getting things picked up, put away and into their place has been proven to have a huge impact on emotional well being and stress.

So, maybe it’s time to have a big clearout.

There are few things more dispiriting than feeling uncomfortable and out of place in your own home. Here are some changes you can do for a comfortable home

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Make More Spaces for Relaxation

Being comfortable in your home is more often than not about being able to relax in it. A safe space in which to take it easy really is the definition of home.

So think about which spaces in your home are designed with relaxation in mind. Do you have a comfortable sofa? A place where you can sit and read for as long as you want?

Install a New Ceiling Fan

By adding a few rustic touches and elements to your home, you can immediately start to make it feel more like a home and less like an empty shell. That’s exactly what you should be aiming for in your home.

You can search for fans for a rustic farmhouse if that’s the kind of homely aesthetic that you’re aiming for right now.

It can be a really nice touche that has more of an impact than you expect. And there are, of course, all the practical factors that come with it too.

Increase the Natural Light

The amount of natural light pouring into a home has a huge impact on stress relief. Open a window, let the light and fresh air in whenever possible.

Remove the curtains and any heavy window dressings that might stop you from making the most of the window and its natural light.

There are few things more dispiriting than feeling uncomfortable and out of place in your own home. Here are some changes you can do for a comfortable home

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Work on Family Bonds

Feeling at home in your house is not just about the practicalities of the building itself; it’s often also about making sure that your family unit is as strong as it can be because you might never really feel at home if you don’t have that to fall back on.

It’s a change that’s always going to be important because nothing is more important than your loved ones, so do what you can to work on those family bonds.

A toxic relationship with a spouse or other family member can turn a comfortable home into a place of fear and stress.

A brand new rug, a brand new comforter, two new lamps and a RugPadUSA Giveaway! Giving my master a much needed face lift after a divorce and a rug giveaway from Rug Pad USA. Two thrift store lamps and a refresh in a Farmhouse master bedroom.

Never Stop Aiming to Improve the Home

There will always be more things you can do to improve your home and make it more livable for your whole family, and you shouldn’t forget that fact.

If you can get everyone pulling in the same direction and working together to make the most of your living space, you’ll find it so much easier to be comfortable.

It doesn’t have to mean making huge and expensive changes though, so there’s no need to go overboard.

By keeping the changes small but effective, you’ll find a comfortable home is not far away.

(This is a contributed post, for more information about my compensation please read my disclosure policy)

There are few things more dispiriting than feeling uncomfortable and out of place in your own home. Here are some changes you can do for a comfortable home

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