1. Clean up surfaces every day Untidy
objects are a distraction for our eyes. Whenever the eyes fall on a pile of papers, a tangle of jewelry or on the laundry, a small corner of the mind is activated and thinks of a solution to remove those objects there. If you want a calm atmosphere at home, a good starting point is to tidy up the spaces every day. When your eyes have a chance to slide across clean, uncluttered surfaces throughout the house, it also becomes easier to focus on what’s going on around you, including people.
2. Tidying Up
It is one thing to clear out the surfaces, quite another to completely tidy up the house. But when you decide to go through every wardrobe, drawer and cupboard and reduce your things to the ones that are really necessary (loved and not), you really feel less weight. Daily activities that took a long time are thus simplified; lost items are found and important dates are never forgotten.
3. Get help if needed
Sometimes it’s best to admit that you need help and let the professionals do their job. such as an interior decorator who can find a solution not to wander with style, to give the desired look and atmosphere to your home. Ask an architect if you want to redesign your space instead.