Congratulations! Purchasing a new home can be exciting but overwhelming at times. Creating a home that is warming and inviting can be difficult. Luckily, we’ve put together a few suggestions for how to make that new home of yours feel like you’ve been there all your life.
When moving into a new house you may be considering painting the walls. This is a perfect opportunity to bring in warm, inviting colors to this new space. Opt for colors such as a pale yellow, creamy neutrals, or off-white to balance the perfect blend of warmth yet provide you with versatility.
A Welcoming Entryway
An entryway is typically the first place you step foot into when entering a home. Walking into your home should bring you a breath of fresh air and the sense of calm and relaxation knowing you are home. Focus on creating an area that allows yourself and guests to take a seat to take their shoes and coats off. Be sure to include hooks to hang coats and scarves onto and an area to place other items like bookbags, keys, and shoes.
Placing planting throughout your home can easily transform a space into dark and dreary to light and airy. Adding green leafy plants and indoor trees can add just the right amount of green and natural beauty. If you don’t have a green thumb, no worries. There are plenty of faux greenery options available that look like the real deal.
A home should always have a space for family and guests to sit down. In the main living space of your home or in the dining room making sure there are plenty of seats available is key. If guests feel like there is nowhere for them to sit, chances are they won’t feel very comfortable.
Did you ever walk into a store or spa and immediately say how nice it smells? Attracting the sense of smell is an important selling feature to companies to have the guest wanting to come back soon or to be reminded of their business when they sense a similar smell. Candles can provide you with relaxing smells such as lavender, clean linen, or fresh fruits plus provide a warm glow from the flame.
Finding the perfect home can be a timely and difficult task but creating the perfect home doesn’t have to be. Focus on implementing interests and items you feel happy or comforted looking at and enjoying while you are home. If you are still on the hunt for your perfect home, Knoxville real estate may just have exactly what you are looking for.