5 Tips to Making Your Room (and Home) More Cosy

If you feel the need to make your home more comfortable and give it a cosy vibe, you’ve come to the right place. The way you choose to describe your home is equivalent with the way you choose to live your life every single day.

A recent study published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine has shown that our environment shapes who we are. Subjects with “cluttered, uncomfortable homes” proved to be more stressed than those living in a cosy environment. Researchers also confirmed that subjects living in a distressed environment expressed a higher level of cortisol, which is dangerous for our bodies.

To let go of stress, here are the top five tips to make your room cosier. Hope you enjoy them!

1. Paint and Redecorate!

The first thing to consider is your room colour. If your walls are plain white or your chamber is not luminous enough, you should think about repainting your walls. Some of the fittest colours for dormitories are turquoise, bright blue, yellow, or bright green. It’s been proven that your room colour affects your mood, so don’t wait any longer. Choose wisely.

Try to avoid electric red, deep orange, or dark brown. Even if red creates energy, too much of it can easily give you a headache; same goes for orange. As for brown, it provides the room with a gloomy, unwelcoming vibe.

2. Add Texture and Layers

To make your room more inviting, you should definitely consider adding texture to it. According to Fresh Home, texture not only adds visual weight to your room, but it also provides balance.

The good news is that there are plenty of texture styles you can choose from! A good idea would be adding wooden partitions to your bedroom or even bricked walls. A fluffy carpet is another excellent asset.

Since redecorating can take a while, you should map out a plan before starting to work on your new masterpiece. Start with the rugs, then consider the sofa, then blankets and pillows. Choose bright colours and choose a theme that fits your tastes.

3. Include (Your) Artwork!

You can find many cool, artsy crafts for your new bedroom. Artwork doesn’t have to be expensive to look astonishing on your walls. “If you have children, you can frame their artwork. If not, you can include anything that looks ‘out of the ordinary,’ such as jewellery, silverware, or even hangs keys,” recommends Bruce Smith, interior designer at Edu Geeks Club Writing Service.

Another good idea for redecorating your walls is hanging canvases or framed pictures of your best adventures. You could also make grids; however, pay attention to the details! If you decide to do the latter, make sure you hang them at an exact distance from one another. DIY’s are also recommended. So, go on and show your talents!

4. Add Green

Decorating your bedroom with plants is a must! Plants give out a vibe that makes the whole house feel lively, bright, and relaxing. To make them look nice inside your home, you should use the following:

  • Cards or benches
  • Geometric pots, white if possible (DIY if you’re creative!)
  • Plant hangers (an awesome idea for a relatively small house)

You could create your own plant corner and decorate it as you wish. Plants are essential within a house, so don’t forget to consider this part.

5. Light It Up!

To give your home an even cosier glow, including lights! Pay attention so that they match your décor and house theme. If, for example, you’ve chosen an elegant approach, LEDs should not be your first priority. String lights are trending right now, so if you’re going for a modern design, this is one of your best choices. 

Wrapping Up

You can now redecorate your home for more coziness efficiently and promptly! There’s no need for you to spend thousands of dollars on it. You can improvise and make your house look striking to absolutely any guest.

Remember to paint your walls the right color, add artwork and plants to your décor, include texture and layers, and last but not least, mind the lights properly. Good luck!

Lauren Adley

Lauren Adley has been working as a writer at a publishing agency in Boston, USA, for 3 years. She is an expert in such topics as education, motivation, blogging and social media.