Three ways to promote well-being at home through interior decoration

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The saying “messy bed, messy head” goes way beyond keeping your bedroom tidy – the state of your living room, kitchen and office can also impact your mental health. By giving your home a deep clean or redecorating your space with a few new items, you’ll feel more productive and less stressed.

To help you with all your interior design projects, Home of Cozy provides helpful resources and honest reviews of online furniture stores. The comfort-obsessed team knows there are few things worse than ordering a sofa to sit on hurts.

“If the past two years have taught us anything, it’s that home is many more than a place to lay your head at the end of the day,” shares Jenna Salter, writer at Home of Cozy. “You should design spaces that meet your needs and what is good for your physical and mental well-being.”

Before you spend the money on fresh interior design and modern furniture, be sure to check out these three tips for promoting well-being through interior design.

Organize your kitchen in a way that encourages healthy eating

Because the winter months are so dark and dreary, it’s easy to get into the habit of ordering delivery instead of cooking a nutritious meal. But with warmer weather approaching, now is the time to get into a healthier routine.

Investing in kitchen appliances and utensils that will help you on your journey to better health is always a good idea. Maybe buying a fancy juicer, slow cooker, or blender will provide you with the motivation to delete all four food delivery apps from your phone.

Displaying healthy foods where you can see them at all times is another smart tactic. This means using clear glass containers to store nuts and dried fruits as well as open shelving systems.

Declutter your office space

There has been a drastic increase in the number of Canadians working remotely, meaning an organized and functional home office has become a necessity. Furniture like standing desks, yoga balls, and ergonomic chairs can improve your posture while you work.

Plus, adding a shelf or cabinet with drawers can keep all of your home office supplies in one place, creating a clutter-free work environment.

Turn your bedroom into the optimal environment for sleeping

Falling asleep at night can be difficult if you spend more time at home than usual. Adding blackout curtains, a white noise machine, and upgrading your mattress can create a more suitable sleeping environment. A brand new duvet and sheet set can also do wonders when it comes to improving the quality of rest you get each night.

Often, temperature can impact sleep. If your room is too hot or too cold, buying a small heater or portable fan can easily solve the problem.

For helpful furniture reviews and more interior design inspiration, visit Home of Cozy’s website.

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Betty K. Park