A Happy Home Is Good For Your Health Five Home Decor Tips To Improve The Rest Of Your 2018

When you come home you want to feel comfortable. You just had a long day at work, after all, and the last thing you need is sighing at the state of your living room.

Unfortunately…you’re doing exactly that. Your home just isn’t looking the way you want it to, whether it’s your taste changing over the years or your furniture being in desperate need of an overhaul. Decorating your home doesn’t have to be a chore, though. It can be a great way to reconnect with what makes you you and transform your living space into something you’re truly proud of. It’ll be good for your house, good for your health and just an all-around good thing.

Pick up some home decor tips by skimming the list below so you can bring out your hidden potential.

The Interior Design Industry Is Thriving

With so many options swarming your imagination, it’s easy to get lost in the swarm of your own potential and overwhelmed. Take some solace in the fact the American home decor industry is doing very well and more than willing to pick up some of the slack. Recent industry estimates have determined the interior design industry to generate $10 billion in revenue every year. Specialized interior design industries, such as eco-friendly design or lighting design, is expected to rise at a rate of 20% over the next decade or so.

Art Should Be Placed At Eye Level

Now for some basics you should keep tucked in your back pocket. When your walls are feeling a little on the bare side, your first order of business should be finding some good art to breathe new life into your living room or bedroom. Make sure to keep the art’s center at eye level, which is generally between 55 inches to 60 inches from the floor. This tip by Driven By Decor wants to make sure art is doing what it does best — positively greeting people as they walk through the door, rather than seeming off or misplaced.

Furniture Should Be A Big Priority

Let’s be honest. What we tend to remember the most about a room isn’t the wallpaper or the lighting fixtures, but the furniture. A recent study revealed furniture to be the third most expensive thing a person will ever buy, even after a house and a car! When you start scratching your hair and considering the elements that could improve your living room or porch, furniture is where you should put some extra priority. What could a new table or additional cabinet do to improve your dining room?

Your Home Decor’s Style Can Narrow Things Down

Interior decorating is an art form. When it starts getting too complex for its own good you can turn back to style to narrow things down again. Vintage and retro styles are making a huge comeback these past few years, so consider looking into refurbished wooden furniture, antique knick-knacks and softer color schemes. You can also go the other direction and go distinctly modern, prioritizing sleek chairs and minimalist neutral colors. Millennial homeowners have been found to be just as likely to renovate their homes as other age groups, according to a 2014 survey.

Home Decor Is Good For Your Health

When it all comes down to it, decorating your home is just good for your health. Recent studies have shown the most popular definitions of a happy home is a space where you feel secure, according to 70% of respondents, as well as feeling like you can properly relax, according to 65% of respondents. A home that feels cluttered, ugly or visually malnourished is a surefire way to drain your mood and impact your life. You can even struggle to fall asleep properly if your bedroom doesn’t look or feel appealing! Make this year the year you put extra effort into your home design.

Color, placement and style…you name it, the interior design industry’s got it. Everything else will fall into place after that.