Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Home Indulgences


If you look around your home, chances are you will see a mix of two things: 

Practical items. The items that you need or have a specific use for. That would be the TV, the white goods in your kitchen, the essential furniture. 

Decorative items. Not necessarily an essential in terms of usage, but definitely required if you want your home to feel… well… homely. Items like rugs and other soft furnishings apply here, as well as ornaments and any wall decoration that you have. 

So far, so normal; that’s the general gist of the majority of homes - and that’s how it should be. There is always going to be a set of items that are needed for specific functions, and then complementary items designed to make everything look a bit nicer. 

But What About Indulgence?

Chances are, you and your family haven’t given much thought to the idea that your home should be indulgent. It’s always at the bottom of the list, and there’s no arguing with its placement there. Saying that an item is indulgent is another way of saying that it’s superfluous, so it’s not necessary for you to focus too hard on them. 

Still. They do make life nice. That in itself is pretty important. Your home is your sanctuary and the place in the world where you should feel most comfortable, so why not go all out and indulge in something for once? The practical purchases will always be there, and decor trends change as often as the wind - but pick the right indulgence and you’ll not only make endless use of it, but you’ll give your home an extra personal feel. 

Sports Fan? Make Your Home Your Stadium 

If you’re big into sports, then a little nod to this in your home choices is a great idea. It could be a darts board or a choice from the finest pool tables that you elect to spice up your home choices. This not only gives you an option to play from home with family rather than having to go out, but also adds a decorative element with a practical use - it’s a win/win! 

Love Your Movies? Home Cinema Delights


While you might not have the space for a full-blown home cinema, a few additions can make the experience as authentic as possible. Why not go for a popcorn maker, so you can have the perfect snack when you settle down for the evening? Or an investment in stereo sound, which is the perfect way to watch movies without having to pay an extortionate ticket price. 

Relaxation A Priority? A Spa In Your Own Home

It’s easier than you might think to convert a shed into a sauna, if you have the outdoor space for it. Saunas are great for your health and can give you a little enclave from the real world. 

If you need to keep things indoors, then turning your existing bath into a whirlpool option can make a world of difference. What could be more delightful than spending a hard day at work, then being able to retreat for a long soak to ease your tired muscles?

1 comment:

  1. I really like being at home and watching movies, a special cosiness creates a setting that my husband and I created

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