Interior Design Tips to Bring Positive Energy Into Your Home

Have you ever had company over and the moment they walk in they make the comment, “Your home feels so cozy” or something similar to it? Better yet, have you ever been to someone else’s house and felt uncomfortable or overwhelmed while being there? Whether you have or not, this phenomenon is more common than you may think… It’s called energy, and there are different types of energy that you can let into your home, intentionally or unintentionally, and it can bring peace or wreak havoc in your home.

Your home is supposed to be your safe haven from all the stressors of the world, but if you can’t come home to a place of peace and relaxation, where else can you go and what can you do? Well, you just have to design your home in a way that only positive vibes can reside there.

Realistically speaking, “life happens” outside the home and inside the home… there’s no eliminating that, but that’s not to say that when you overcome those hardships that your home can’t still be your place of peace. Whether you live in an apartment or a house, there are ways to bring positive energy into your

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Dwelling Décor Marketplace Thrives In Historic North Downtown

You finally purchased your dream house, or you merely wish to re-new your recent home, thus you may flip it into a house for yourself and your dynamical wishes or notion on what a house ought to appear like. If you want to bring new life to a room and you have four strong wood chairs to work with, paint them all a light color, ideally white (this additionally gives the house a more open look) and think about the look you want. If it’s a Dutch theme, make a tulip stencil. If Norwegian, possibly paint a “easy” rosemaling patterned stencil. Not solely will the results look rich, but it is going to brighten your day and everyone else’s. Shade Gardens. We design two kinds of shade gardens – one where the plants present largely foliage curiosity (like ferns, hostas, heuchera and hakone grass), and vegetation that flower properly (like impatiens, coleus, and lilies), or a combination of the two.

Evoking seashore-house ease, warm climates and glamorous aesthetics, this contemporary tackle classic colonial styling combines the pure supplies of wooden and rattan together with lush greens and leaf prints. To create a really energising scheme, use a mixture of every …

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She Shed Ideas for a Beautiful, Stylish Getaway

Chelsea Lipford Wolf's workshop, featuring a work table, painted concrete rug, pegboard and pink cabinets and a workbench.

Everyone needs a place to relax. Man caves are where men play games, watch sports and hang out with friends. She sheds are where women craft, scrapbook or — if you’re like Chelsea — build things. If you want a she shed, but you’re not sure where to start, here are some ideas to create the perfect getaway.

But first, it’s important to understand more about man caves and she sheds, and why we need them.


Man cave, complete with an arcade game, pool table and masculine furnishings
(©Iriana Shiyan, Adobe Stock Photos)

About Mancaves and She Sheds

Men and women thrive on spending time alone in their personal space with relaxed rules. This relieves stress, fosters creativity and improves mental health, according to clinical psychologist Dr. Libby Watson.

That’s just one reason why man caves and she sheds — which, typically, couldn’t be more different in appearance and function — have become popular ideas for modern homes.

From the furniture to décor, a man cave often looks nothing like the rest of the house. It may have a pool table, putting green and full-service bar. It may have antlers mounted on driftwood and framed jerseys and trophies on display. And you can bet there’s a huge flat-screen TV.  

That’s all by

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