Everyone can make their house look super beautiful but can they make it functional? Now that is an extremely hard to do. You need to be pretty clever to do this appropriately. You need to decorate it in ways that it is also functional to you so you can be productive throughout the day. Now, we have five of the best functional home decor ideas for you.
Simplicity and cleanliness
Do not add unneeded items to the room, and make it simpler, so you have fewer chances of tripping over something. You should always keep in minds that lower the number of items; more space means a lot of work getting done. Try to maximize the space in your house. Try to control the clutter and the mess in the room. You can make direct paths to the most used zone, and separate your work from the room, so your room isn’t always full of documents and papers.
Put a sign outside your room reminding yourself not to bring anything in if it doesn’t belong there. Use the room for what it’s made for, to relax and have some you time. Keep the children’s toys in their rooms or nursery, the kitchen items all settled in there, and the rooms décor all placed in the right areas.
Multiple table surfaces
Rather than getting up every time you need a glass of water you can add more tables in the room that is within arm’s reach so you can be more productive sitting in one place. You can purchase a pair of tables and place them in different areas of the room where you think they are required at.
Buy efficient lighting
Make sure that your room has enough light for you to work. You can buy more table lamps, hanging lights or even floor lamps to settle the air in the chamber. You will find this idea to be extremely helpful in situations when you just want to read a book but can’t because you can barely see! Apart from that room with less light looks very dull anyway.
Create a nook
If you’re not privileged enough to have a separate office or a separate study room you can organize your things by using a nook. You can hang whatever you want to, and that will just be a helpful as storage, thus free space.
Apart from all the décor ideas, keep spending on your comfort. Upgrade your bedding every two to three years and get the best comforter so you can sleep peacefully as well. Have a wonderful day!
About the Author:
This post is written by Julie Austin. She loves traveling, home decorating and hanging out with her friends. She regularly blogs at http://mybedcomforter.com/