Home décor – aiding you to finally become the owner of your house
You’ve purchased a new home, whether it be a house or flat. It’s finally yours, the moment you’ve been waiting for. But something is wrong. You step through the threshold, and the place just doesn’t seem yours. It doesn’t have the ‘wow! It’s my place. I love it!’ effect. The lack of décor, or rather your individual décor is undoubtedly the issue here.
But how do you change that? What if you’re lacking ideas or your previous place was empty?
It’s as simple as reaching out for inspiration on the internet. You can acquire pictures on Pintrest, articles & blog ideas on Tumblr & vast WordPress blog pages, inspirational videos on Youtube. It’s all available for you to absorb different ideas relating to house décor, so you can implement them into your home. Alternatively, reach out to people you know. Naturally, some people are brimming with creativity, fresh notions, concepts and inspiration stored entirely in their minds. If you know a person like that then ask them for an opinion on how to enlighten your place.
Decorating in your own style triggers full attachment
If you have freshly moved into your new home/flat, and it still doesn’t feel homely, cosy or like it’s your own house, then decorating will certainly improve your approach. Decorating not only feels intimate and personal, because you’re investing your own time and effort to embellish the place, but it also connects you directly to your property. After all, you’re chanelling some of your gimmicks, attitudes, feelings, thoughts, styles, fashion senses and beliefs into the interiors via the furniture and décor.
The next steps into achieving the desired ‘my home’ feeling
Once you have finally decorated your property in your own way, then the process of ‘homeness’ begins. We have coined the term for the process of personal attachment. You’ll see that it takes roughly 1-2 weeks for the place to finally appear familiar, appear like it finally belongs to you. If this is the effect you’ve been searching for, then personalising the place is the step forward. And remember, do it yourself! It’s no good if you hire someone to decorate/furnish the place for you. Being physically involved brings out the extra sentiment, it triggers the emotions you’re lacking. In the end, after a thorough, tiring day of monotonous decoration, you can rest by your bed and dwell on the newly gained satisfaction.