*This is a sponsored post on behalf of Air Wick. However all statements and opinions are mine and mine alone. I only support products I truly believe in and use in my own home.
Ever wonder how to create a room or a space that reflects your true personality? One of the very first things I try to do when designing or planning a room is to think of the overall feeling I would like to room to have. Do I want a bright and colorful room, or more muted and tranquil space?
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Air Wick has created an amazing tool that helps you pair the perfect scent and home decor ideas with the mood you want to create in your home. Using the Scent Decorator Tool, I determined that my own personal mood board is Tranquil. Want to find out what your personalized and unique mood board is? Find your mood at Air Wick Scent Decorator, and then get to work making your personal space even more uniquely yours!
Air Wick has a variety of scents and products to help you achieve the mood you want in your room. The Air Wick Scented Oil Warmer can be easily adjusted to give you just the right amount of aroma for your room large or small. I’m using the Turquoise Oasis Scented Oil to help increase the feeling of tranquility in my room.
Today I am sharing How to Make a Room Uniquely Yours with 6 helpful tips inspired by the Air Wick Scent Decorator tool!
Color has a huge impact on our moods and our thoughts. Your master bedroom should be a room that you go to relax and unwind after a long and busy day. Don’t worry about trends and colors when it comes to adding color to your room. Choose colors that evoke peaceful feelings and tranquility for you. Colors that are tranquil usually come from a palette of soft tones of green or blue; muted, warm grays or browns; or medium shades of warmed pink or yellow. But remember, choose colors that work for you!
A master that is cluttered or filled with unfolded laundry can disrupt feelings of peace. It will be hard to not focus on all the unfinished work you may have. Get rid of anything that doesn’t belong or feels cluttered. Clean up, and invest in a few storage boxes to hide away craft supplies, clothes, games or whatever needs to be in the room but doesn’t need to be on display. Minimize furniture and accessories to only those things that are comfortable and that you love.
Bright light is necessary in most rooms for functional reasons. But when it is time to relax, be sure to turn off the bright lights and use a softer light source. Use a lamp to produce just enough light to be cheery, but not enough to be bright. The soft light helps your body to relax unlike bright harsh light.
Add some soft textures to your room. Put a soft blanket on the couch or bed or place a soft rug on the floor. Try using furniture that has soft lines. A deep, cushioned sofa or comfortable chair are perfect areas to sit down, kick up your feet and relax. Pillows are a great and inexpensive way to add some great color and texture.
5. Personal Items
Be sure to add some personal touches to your room that are meaningful to you. Display a few photos of family, pets or a favorite vacation. Keep the personal touches to a minimum so that your space doesn’t feel too cluttered, but enough to invoke happy and peaceful feelings.
Aromatherapy is one of the natural ways to stimulate relaxation and provide a calming influence. One of my favorite ways to use scent in my home is by using the Air Wick Life Scents Sunny Morning Linen in my master and throughout my entire home. The personal expression in your home is not complete without addressing the air.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Air Wick. However all statements and opinions are mine and mine alone. I only support products I truly believe in and use in my own home.
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