Friday, November 21, 2014

Expert tips to make your new Keller house feel like home

You know that moving into a new home can be one of life's biggest stressors - the packing, the paperwork, the unpacking and of course finding the nearest coffee shop. Making your new Keller house feel like your home can help alleviate some of this stress and provide a safe-haven for some much needed relaxation.

Not everyone has the same idea of what their Keller home should be. So while the same aesthetic won’t work for everyone, here are five tips to start you in the right direction.

1. Texture and textiles – Instead of having a bunch of hard surfaces, cozy up your home with something soft or textured. This could be a blanket, curtains or area rugs. These items will also provide some acoustical value so noises aren’t echoing in an empty space.

2. Comfort – Have some place in your home where you can relax, recharge and feel at ease. Make a space where you can spend time.

3. Color – A monochromatic scheme with pops of colors can bring you into a place where you feel comfortable and happy. Do your research on color theory before painting any space. Different colors can spark different moods, emotions and even behavior. Discover what you’d like a given space to accomplish, and use colors as a tool to create such environment.

4. Lighting – There should be aesthetically pleasing lighting. Look at the difference between warm and cool lighting colors to decide what helps achieve the look you want. Also consider task, ambient and accent lighting for your space. Lighting plays a key role in any home. Through lighting design you can highlight design and architectural features, create lighting which is more useful to the human eye, and work with natural light while keeping energy use to a minimum.

5. Clutter/stuff – Less is more, but make it more meaningful. Get rid of your clutter. When sitting in your space, make sure you can look around and like the things you see. Select significant pieces of furniture and art to move. You don't need to have or show everything you have all in one room.
Also, Let your garden and landscaping work for you on the inside by positioning furniture.

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