9 Easy Ways to Create Serenity in Your Home ...


If you find yourself in clutter day in, day out, we need to talk about how to create serenity in your home. Having a calm home can be essential when you live a busy lifestyle, and although you think you don't have time to de-clutter your home every day, there are easy ways to avoid a situation where your home is getting on your nerves. If you create serenity in your home, you will notice your home brings you peace and calmness. It will be your sanctuary. These are 9 easy ways to do it.

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Create a Serene Corner

Create a Serene Corner To create serenity in your home is to create it throughout your home, but little aspects can go a long way. If you have a side table standing in the corner of the living room, turn this into the ultimate serene corner by adding orchids, candles and maybe a little Buddha statue. You could also frame a photo of a loved one, as those will always give you a sense of calmness.



De-Clutter Tidying up the house is a huge task if you do it only once a week, but if you do it every day, it will only take you 10 minutes. So make a habit out of it and schedule a fixed time in the day to quickly go through the house. You can do it before bed time, or you could do it while dinner is in the oven or on the stove. You’ll notice that once you have the habit, it’s not a big deal to de-clutter anymore.


Soft Lighting

Soft Lighting Create a mix of soft and bright lighting in every room. Place several points of soft lighting in your living room, so you can create as much light as needed for any occasion. Also do this for the bed room and even in the bathroom. The bright light in the bathroom may be convenient, but if you’re taking a relaxing bath, soft lighting is much more pleasant.


In addition to creating a mix of soft and bright lighting in your home, consider using natural light as much as possible. This can be achieved by opening curtains or blinds during the day, allowing natural light to enter your space. Natural light has been shown to improve mood and reduce stress levels. Another way to incorporate soft lighting is by using candles or dimmer switches to adjust the intensity of your lights. This can create a calming and cozy atmosphere in any room. Additionally, choosing warm-toned light bulbs can also contribute to a more serene environment.


Scented Candles

Scented Candles Scented candles are a great way to create serenity in your home. Just like with soft lighting, I advise you to place scented candles in every room of the house. Imagine walking into your bathroom and smelling and seeing a beautiful candle. Feels relaxing, right? Reading a book in bed? Next to the lamp on your nightstand, you might have a spot to put a scented candle. It will turn off your mind and get you ready for bed.


Scented candles not only add a beautiful touch to your home decor, but they also have been proven to have calming and relaxing effects on the mind and body. The use of scented candles dates back to ancient times, where they were used for their therapeutic properties. Today, scented candles are available in a variety of scents, from calming lavender to invigorating citrus, allowing you to choose the perfect scent for your desired mood. Additionally, scented candles can also help to mask any unpleasant odors in your home, creating a more pleasant and serene atmosphere.


Fresh Flowers or Plants

Fresh Flowers or Plants Fresh flowers or plants will do miracles to your home. Flowers give your home color and freshness, while green plants can be calming and peaceful. Try to find a balance by not having too many plants in your living room. You’ll avoid having the feeling that you live in a greenhouse. Also place a small plant in your bedroom and bathroom.


Simplify the Color Palette

Simplify the Color Palette Adding color to your home can be fun, but if you add too much color, your home will never know serenity. Simplifying the color palette is the solution if this is the case for you. Sure, you can still have your color, but make sure to have enough neutrals to give your home that calmness you’re looking for.


Make Your Bed

Make Your Bed Every single morning, not once a week. It only takes a few minutes to do and it gives your bedroom a de-cluttered look and feel. So toss up those pillows and smooth the sheets and covers! Stepping into a crisply made bed will also give your evening routine a little extra. It’s a feeling of pleasure that you shouldn’t miss out on.


Open Storage Space

Open Storage Space Open storage space, like shelves or open book cases, can be tricky. To minimize clutter, you can use storage boxes or baskets that can store anything from books to cables you use for your gadgets. But to make it more interesting, you can allow some room for open storage space; however, keep it organized. Only allow show-off pieces in your open storage space, like some beautiful coffee table books.


Empty the Kitchen Counter

Empty the Kitchen Counter Create a habit of putting dishes in the dishwasher or washing them immediately by hand. A clean and empty kitchen counter does wonders for every kitchen. Additionally, if you want to start cooking, you can immediately start without having to clean up first. Another tip is to give your counters a quick wipe after dinner every night. It will make your mornings so much easier.

Often times we think that creating a calm and peaceful home is difficult, but by creating some easy habits, you’ll be well on your way. Knowing that you have a serene home will make you feel at ease and I have even heard of people escaping their home because it was just too messy. What are your tricks to create serenity in your home?

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Nice clean kitchen makes you wanna come down for coffee every morning. Ahhhhh

I agree with the clean counters in the kitchen & no dishes. I love love love candles. But when the kids are around I use good quality flame less.

Nice ideas!

Definitely de-clutter - every time my parents go away for a holiday and it's just me at home, I make the place actually look serene 😛 when they come back it turns into a mess real fast!

Love, love, LOVE this!! :))

cleaning the kitchen before going to bed is a rule in our home ...just makes me feel better when I get up in the morning.

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