OurÂ homes should make usÂ feel happy Â the veryÂ instant weÂ walk through the door, Whether youâre living on the 97th floor of a sky rise uptown, or in a cottage on the coast, the minute we enterÂ ourÂ spirits should rise a level. Creating a happy home has got nothing to do with money, style and taste rarely do we all know that, it got’s more to do with adding simple little tricks that make the heart skip a beat.
Here are 6 ways easy ways to inject some happiness into yours!
Add a splash of yellow its the most underused colour in the decorating book. This cheerful hue will lift your spirits instantly,. Paint a whole wall, add it as an accent it doesnât really matter which way you go, just go!
Flowers have a huge impact on our emotional health, triggering happy emotions andÂ nothing makes me happier than walking into a room withÂ flowers. I plop something scented on to my desk and dining table like stocks, sweat peas, roses, and it automatically makes me happy. I read somewhere that nature provides us with Â a simple way to improve emotional health. So flowers in the studio are now a must!
Fact re-arranging bits and bobs elicits happiness! . Whose fact exactly you may ask? Er mine! Not that G or the 2 Mâs agree drives them potty, but house re arranging days Â I love. Moving things from here to there and then back over there â love it!
Only buy what you love
Itâs a no brainer but when you buy only things you love youâll never tire of themÂ there will always be a place, always.
Linear, rectangular, boxy rooms need curves in order to make them appear more inviting. Curves soften a room, making the space easier on the eye and more inviting â its one of the biggest game changing tricks I know. You donât need to go overboard Iâm thinking the odd mirror, vase, occasional table just one orÂ two pieces that break up all those straight lines!
Add some whimsy
Iâm talking something unexpected or a little surprising.Â The reason why I love decorating with animal accessories a lot is that they lighten the mood. Period! I’ve got them everywhere, parrots on mantles, poodles on side tables, elephants in bookcases – everywhere I tell you.
OK over to you Pharrell Williams â que your Happy song, cannot get it out of my head!