5 things that make your home feel complete
If you’ve ever looked at your home and thought to yourself, something’s not quite right, you’re not alone. It’s actually quite common for people to think that their homes are a little “off.”
The difficulty is putting their finger on the problem. Things don’t quite look right, but it’s hard to see why.
In this post, we take a look at some of the things that will make your home feel more complete. These are finishing touches that essentially complete your property and make a house feel more like home.
A Car On The Driveway
Homes with large driveways but with no vehicle on them have a lot of space but, somehow, they don’t feel complete. Everyone else has a vehicle facilitating their lives, but you don’t.
If you’re still wondering what car to choose, take a look at your options on a site like Edmunds. When you search online, you see all of the alternatives available to you, and which is best for your circumstances.
Homes without wall art feel empty and devoid of life. They have more of a clinical or prison feel than somewhere you should be spending your time.
Choose wall art that reflects your personal style and says things about the world that you care about. You can choose abstract images, nature scenes, or anything else you want.
When it comes to wall art, you have a lot of options, so don’t get overwhelmed. If you are struggling to figure out what you need, just pick something at random or get a friend to do it for you.
Proper Window Treatments
Rooms without window treatments feel a little “off.” Not only do they feel incomplete, but they also lack any ability to control the level of light or privacy in a room. You can’t shut out the outside world during the evening, and you can’t shade yourself during the day.
When it comes to window treatments, the more substantial you can make them, the better. Functionally, it doesn’t make a great difference whether you choose curtains, blinds or shutters. What counts is the impact they make on the room’s interior.
Similarly, you can think of rugs as floor treatments, having a similar effect to window treatments.
Rugs are great because they help to bring an entire room together. They’re the secret ingredient that makes everything feel so much more complete. What’s more, they work in practically any room. Yes, they are important in the living room under your coffee table, but they can also make your bedroom feel far more hygge as well.
Lastly, decorating your house with a consistent theme makes a tremendous difference in how it appears. Everything feels like it works together.
The easiest approach is to make every room neutral and then use furniture to “decorate” it and give it life. Another option is to work with an interior designer on a set of colors that work together that you can use in all your rooms.