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More people are working from home these days due to the novel Coronavirus. Companies have adapted and pivoted to the work from home lifestyle and some companies have made the decision to allow their employees to work from home for the unforeseeable future. So with all this added time at home, you need to be able to relax and unwind at home. It needs to be a sanctuary that brings you peace. For everyone feeling the need of a little change up, here are 5 simple tips to make your space feel like home.

5 Simple Tips to Make Your Space Feel Like Home


One of the best ways to make your space feel like home is to de-clutter. A cluttered space is a cluttered mind. Remove all boxes and any piles of “junk.” Take time to finally go through those boxes in your office and create more space. You can even start small with one cabinet at a time, but reorganizing what you already have is the best way to find joy! You might also find that you have a bunch of items to donate or throw away, so taking trips to the donation center can help clear your space (and serve as a tax write off).

Make and create your bed

Your bed is your haven! Take an extra 2 minutes every morning and make the bed. After a long day, seeing that your bed is made and ready for you is very relaxing. Making your bed in the morning will help you kick start a day of productivity. In addition to making your bed each morning, pick up some new pillows for a refresh in color. These can be simple throw pillows, or even a new pillow sheet color. Adding something new and exciting to your haven can help make it inviting.

Wall décor

Your walls should smile back at you, especially the walls in the rooms you hang out in the most. Add personality to your space with frame of your family, temporary wallpaper, a travel poster, or maybe a mirror to make the place look bigger. The best part about this is that you can be totally creative and curate a wall of décor that makes you smile!


Balance the room with lighting. A bright space can help energize you, with floor lamps in 2 corners and maybe one next to seating (like a couch or corner chair). With all of the light, you’ll feel like the space is larger and you’ll feel ready to unwind.


When decorating for the 5 senses, don’t forget smell. A candle in the kitchen and the bathroom while you shower, make your home feel like an oasis. Some people also leave dryer sheets in dresser drawers or coat closets for more extra fresh moments in the space.

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