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Here’s How Experts Design More Comfortable Living Spaces

Your home should be the most comforting space in your life. An inviting and comfortable home can reduce stress and improve the lives of all who reside there.

Although comfort means different things to different people, there are a few tricks that experts use to design cozy living spaces.

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Here’s How Experts Design More Comfortable Living Spaces

If you feel like your house could be a more inviting atmosphere, follow these pro tips.

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Less is More

When it comes to comfort, less is the way to go. Less clutter and fewer distractions are always great things.

So if you’re looking to improve the interior design of your home, take a look around. If you find that any areas are overly cluttered, declutter them!

The more open space that you have in your home, the more inviting it will be. It also makes your home look cleaner, which will help you to feel relaxed.

How do you accomplish this less is more look without having an empty, unstylish home? The answer is to highlight a few pieces in each room. Don’t overdo your decor; just keep it simple.

Cohesive Color Palette

There’s nothing more unnerving than a room full of clashing colors with no cohesive theme. When you want to make your home comforting, take your time when choosing colors.

Don’t clash your colors, even from room to room. Your entire home should have a color theme. That doesn’t mean you should have the same colors in every room, but your home should have a sense of harmony.

If you choose warm colors, you can use yellows, reds, and purples throughout your home. If you choose cool colors, you can use greens, blues, and greys in different rooms.

Adorn Your Walls

Experts agree that having art in your home makes you happy. Of course, not all art makes all people happy. It’s important to choose art that speaks to you, not art that you think others will be impressed by.

Having special pieces of art on your walls will help you feel more at home in your dwelling space. It personalizes the space for your own enjoyment.

Of course, you’ll also want pictures of friends or family on your walls to remind you of all the people that love you. Even when they are far away, knowing that you have special people in your life will help you to feel content.

Supportive Seating

No one wants to sit on a hard, uncomfortable chair in a restaurant. So why would you want one in your home?

Supportive, comfortable seating should be a priority. Find highback chairs that will keep your spine aligned and support your head, neck, and shoulders.

The material of your chairs must be comforting as well. The plush, soft material will make you feel like you’re cozying up to a big teddy bear. Just like petting an animal brings you comfort, having soft material against your skin can be soothing.

Big, bouncy chairs are also a great choice for comfort. A bigger chair, like a loveseat, is meant to be cuddled in. You should use it for its intended purpose, by all means!

Warm Lighting

Harsh, hospital-like lighting is not cozy. This type of lighting doesn’t belong in a home.

You need to have warm, soft lighting in your house, especially in the rooms where you relax most. Shaded lamps, chandeliers, and even candles can be a source of warm lighting.

If your bedroom or living room doubles as a home office and you want bright lights in there, install a dimmer. This will give you a convertible lighting situation that you can adjust as necessary.

Splurge on Bedding

If nothing else, focus on making your bedroom comfortable. This is where you sleep, and who wants to sleep in an irritating atmosphere?

The bed is, of course, the most important aspect of a bedroom. And aside from the mattress itself, the keys to a comfy bed are the sheets, blankets, and pillows.

Splurging on luxurious sheets will make your bed feel more like a sanctuary of sleep than a cot. And a heavier comforter will induce a heavier sleep.

Top it all off with some fluffy throw pillows and your bed will be calling your name every night!

A Nod to Nature

There’s something about nature that soothes the soul. Finding a way to bring that feeling into your home is a sure way to make your house more welcoming.

You can do this in a few different ways. One is to have natural light come through the windows. Even if you prefer having your windows covered for privacy, you can choose light, sheer coverings to allow some light through.

Houseplants and fresh flowers are a great touch for a natural, homey feel. You can also incorporate natural woods like bamboo, teak, and oak furniture or accents to bring more of the outside into your home.

Even if you live in a busy city, your home can still have an earthy, outdoorsy feel. You just need the right accessories!


With these tricks, you’ll want nothing more than to come home and unwind after a long workday. Ensuring that your home is as comfortable and inviting as possible will make that much easier to accomplish.

You deserve a home you enjoy spending time in. These are proven ways to make your house cozier and more welcome.

Now get to work and start updating your home like a pro!

Author Bio:

Located in the downtown core of Tukwila, Marvelle at South Center sits in the heart of the Tukwila Urban Center. The urban location offers residents convenient access to nearby restaurants, shopping malls, and medical facilities.

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