Now that we spend 24 hours a day at home, we know exactly where everything is placed and what is the distribution we have in each room. Let us ask you a question: do you like it or dislike it? If you answer yes to the second question, it is time to rethink the layout of your home to enjoy it to the full.
Start by seeing which room you are using the most these days to make it more comfortable and feel totally at ease in it.
This is a step towards increasing order and organisation, avoiding accumulating unwanted objects and eliminating those that are totally dispensable.
You can also choose to redecorate the room, changing the orientation of some furniture, plants, even lamps. A small change of order can make a big change to our senses in that same room.
You can adapt that balcony that you were hardly using and put cushioned objects such as cushions, a forgotten blanket in a cupboard and some lights, to have a cosy corner and give it more use. You can go out to read a book in the evening, or take advantage of the midday sun.
Other alternatives are to create new uses for some objects, a fun task also to do with children. Empty plastic bottles can be used to create ornaments to hang on the balcony or in the garden, or even in the bedroom. There is also the possibility of creating candle holders to decorate the coffee table or the garden next summer.
These days it is important to keep the mind distracted and look for occupations, so if you like decorating, this can be a good alternative to entertain you. Here are some ideas of how we like to make the most of our terraces and solariums.