How to Fall in Love with your Home Once More

How to Fall in Love With Your Home Once More

There comes a time for every homeowner when that love they once felt for their home is just not really there any longer. Don’t be too hasty with your response to those feelings though because making huge changes to your lifestyle by moving house could be more trouble than it’s really worth. Love can’t be forced, but there are some changes you can make to your home that might help you fall in love with it once more. Read on to learn more about those changes.
Photo by Stephen Di Donato
Get Inspired

First of all, you need to get inspired by things that other people out there are doing to improve their homes. If you can get some ideas and implement them, you could find yourself in love with your home once more. Use platforms like Pinterest to see what other people are doing with the designs of their homes and then take things from there. There’s no limit to what you could achieve.
Create Certain Spaces for Certain Zones

There should be a wide variety of different zones throughout your home so that you know what each little area is for. It’s about making sure that each space has a practical purpose. After all, what good is your home if it doesn’t help you to do the things you enjoy doing on a day to day basis? You could create a zone for art and one for reading and for whatever else you want to do.
Photo by Benjamin Voros
Paint Your Own Artwork for the Walls

Hanging art on the walls of your home is always a good way to make the place feel a little more inspired and inspiring. But why not take that a step further by creating the art that you hang on your walls all by yourself? That way, you’ll truly be able to say that the home reflects you and your own creativity. It’s all about making the home more personal to you.

Photo by Mike Marquez 

Have a New Conservatory Built

This is a great way to rekindle your love for your home because it gives you an entirely new way to use your home each day. You’ll have a new room to sit and relax in, and you’ll have no lack of natural light to enjoy. You can find the right conservatories . So explore the options and see if this is the kind of home change that you and your family could really benefit from.


Photo by AndrĂ© Branco o
Rearrange the Furniture

Finally, you simply need to rearrange the furniture and shake things up. It will completely change how you see and use the home each and every day. And that means that you will start to change your perceptions of it. It could be just what you need right now.


Photo by Alp Allen Altiner on Unsplash

Falling back in love with your home is not easy, but it’s certainly worth trying to make it happen. After all, what’s the alternative? If you really don’t like your home anymore, you will have to move house. So definitely give these ideas a chance. You never know, they might have a big impact on how you use your home.


11 comments

  1. i love your tips, specially looking at certain space in certain zone.. I love decorating, usually I make things by myself.. we rarely buy stuff to decorate.. love n hugs :)

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    1. Thanks Krishna,

      I know what you mean, but as I am getting older I am losing the will to make things EeK...

      I do like going to boot fairs though, around my area there is usually nicer homewares than anything else so its easy to pick up an shabby chic bargain :)

      Thanks for your comment xxx

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