Have you ever walked into a room and just had a stone cold feeling? I know for myself that I have been a victim of experiencing emotionless, dead rooms. The environment that we surround ourselves in affects how we function on a day-to-day basis. That’s why we need to ensure that we create a living environment that will help us to reach our optimal mood.
Sometimes people say that they are too busy to decorate their homes, but honestly that’s just a lie that we tell ourselves because we are too lazy to spend those few extra minutes in our day trying to figure out how we want to decorate. I can always remember come homing from a long day of work and walking through the front door of my home and thinking “Hmmm, it looks really cluttered in here, and the wall is plain”. I can remember times when I walked into someone else’s home and thought to myself “It feels nice in here. I could live here”. Now you might be thinking to yourself “maybe one of the homes were more expensive, had bigger rooms, or even had nice furniture, but that isn’t the case”. The decor of a room can change how one feels in just one instant. Think about how you feel when you walk into a white room that’s spacious and organized or
how about when you walk into a room that’s all dark, cluttered, beat up couches, and a shady lamp? You feel calm in a room that’s bright and spacious, and when you walk into a dark cluttered room you might experience anxiety or claustrophobia.
The more decor you add to a room the more emotions you experience. Decor adds life and feeling to an environment. Everyone has different tastes and styles, but the effect of adding décor to a room will always remain the same, to give life and feeling to an environment and ultimately help us reach our optimal mood.