Interior Design Guides

Why Is Your Home Depressive?

Accept or not, sometimes our homes might be a little bit depressive and instead of avoiding the question “Why is your home depressive?” if you have a look at your space and do some simple touches, you might even feel happier. 🤗

Why is Your Home Depressive: Ignoring Greenery

There’s a reason why plants or plant or floral printed materials are so popular in interiors. Perhaps, the most universally accepted point of consensus across all experts is that greenery boosts the mood. Also, this kind of pieces can help with loneliness and sadness by providing vibrant colours. The thing is that the greeneries that you’ll introduce to your space don’t have to be real. If you are a person who is into planting and gardening stuff, all I can say is definitely go for it! However, if you don’t have that amount of time or interest, having a greenery-printed rug might also create a positive effect in your space.

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Why is Your Home Depressive: Ignoring Artwork

Let’s talk about artworks because it’s more important you think and we’l be really inclusive when we say “Artwork”.  Scientific studies show that viewing art can give you the same feelings or some of the same feelings as falling in love 🥰 So, introducing art into your space can have a profound effect on your well-being. Some might rightfully be afraid because artworks are a little expensive. You can get a nice painting at an affordable price on the internet, or another option, you can get a rug from Montana or Marrakech Collection. Because the patterns, colours, transitions, etc. on these rugs already present the traditional art and cultural movements of the exact societies. Extroverts should look for bolder and vibrant colours. Whereas introverts might look for softer and more subdued pieces.

Not Decluttering

Keeping your home clutter-free is crucial. Clutter has been shown to cause feelings of anxiety. Too much stuff in your space will stress you out because it becomes too visually complex. Also, not having anything in your space again can cause tension. Because we’d like to have a few things on display that tell people who we are. The summary of my sentences is the key point is balance as it’s in everything. So balancing your space with a rug would be the easiest way. Imagine, you have that plain space with no colour. That would likely make you feel depressed. Then imagine placing a rug with vibrant colours in the center of your room will create a fast effect 😎

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Not Enough Sunlight 🌞

One of the most important things you can do to improve your mood is to increase the amount of natural light in your home. Because the exposure to sunlight triggers the release of serotonin which is basically the ‘happiness hormone’ 😊 A well-lit home will help us feel more energetic and alert. If you don’t get enough amount of sunlight in your home, we may not have much to do about it but we can give you a simple trick though. As it’s already been scientifically proven that white shades can naturally reflect the light exposed on it. I mean if you have a space that doesn’t get enough sunlight, using a darker coloured rug in this space can make it feel even darker.

The trick is pretty simple. Try to use a white rug that will reflect the sunlight. So this way you will increase the natural light in your space. 🌞

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