Wednesday, May 13, 2009
How do you want your home to feel? Everybody has different interests and different things that make them feel good. We have all been into houses that feel cold, depressing, or dismal and houses that feel bright, joyful or warm. For most of us, we want as many as those positive adjectives as possible to be used when our homes are described. Don't you want home to be a great place to spend time, where you feel good? Of course you do, so the question is what will make that feeling possible in your home? Maybe it is making some small changes to an already great house or maybe it's time for some big renovations. Either way it is an ongoing project to improve your home, so I encourage you to think about some possible changes or alterations that would make your home even more pleasurable, which in turn will make those that live there feel better. Making changes doesn't have to be expensive, it can be as simple as rearranging the furniture, hanging some new pictures, or changing the paint color. Take a look around and imagine the possibilities!