Is your house getting a little dull and boring? Maybe it is time for a change and a makeover! If you have been living in the same house for a long time, the paint of walls fade and what was once a bright room that glowed, it is now a depressing picture.
Consider painting your home, for the following reasons below.
Change is Good!
A lot of people are afraid of change and doing something that will get them out of their comfort zone, but if you have been feeling sluggish or just not content and happy with how things are in your everday life, maybe you should consider starting with something small but significant enough to make an impact.
Changing your home decoration, interior and the color of your walls, and outside of your home may perhaps give you the change you may be seeking.
Did you actually know that colour and lighting actually affect your moods and psychology? Have you been feeling gloomy and depressed, then perhaps you should try painting your home with some brighter colors that bring joy such as green, blue, and red, whilst decorating with some other furniture to spice things up.
It may take you out of your rut and inspire you to do something better with your life.
You Will Be Happier
Progress and change actually have positive affects as long as you are open to it. The change in your environment, assuming you coloured your home and space with brighter tones and shades, will bring you a sense of happiness.
When we get stuck in a rut, sometimes going through a change or making progress in life releases endorphins.
People think happiness is something you attain and achieve, but in reality, it’s in the small things you decide to do and the small actions in your everday life. The act of painting your home and designing your environment to your liking will give you a sense of accomplishment and joy.
New Year’s Resolution
It’s 2020! What better way to start the year than making some changes in your immediate environment? As stated above, it does not have to be a big project. You can always start small such as painting the kitchen room, and then moving towards bigger rooms.
Once you have enough experience and comfort, you could perhaps even try painting your home’s outside walls and fences. However, it is recommended to perhaps consult an expert or a designer before making such a big change suddenly.