16 Feng Shui Tips for House and Home
Ways to Improve Your Home in Just 10 Minutes
It does not take a lot of time to keep your home looking good or taking measures to enhance your homes comfort ability. Follow this listing of tips on ways to improve your home in just as little as ten minutes a day.
The first thing you and your neighbors see when they look at your home is the outside. Taking measures to add to your home’s curb side appeal can give you a positive first impression by visitors but even give you a smile on your own face when you see it.
Start off by cleaning your windows. It does not take a lot of time, just a few seconds with a squeegee and windex. Add window boxes full of flowers to give your home a bit of homespun touch. Weed after you mow. Those couple of stray weeds can really improve the look of your yard. If you do not want to move the yard yourself, invest in an auto-mow which will cut grass day and night to keep your hard looking top notch.
A few added touches can really help and improve your home appeal. Adding blinds in small rooms can help them to appear bigger. A dehumidifier can also protect wallpaper and upholstery against damp and mold.
A bowl of fruit and a potted plant bring a touch of nature into your home and give an impression of vitality. A rug added on top of a carpet that is a little worn will help to mask the damage and improve the aesthetics of the room. A dark hallway can be made more spacious with a mirror.
With just a handful of your normal house tools, make these small changes for the biggest improvement.
• Install dimmer switches to boot cognition and decrease stress.
• Paint over cracks and chips.
• Replace old doorknobs.
• Add power outlet wall covers.
Imagine Your Design
Have an idea for your home? Write it down or draw it out. Here are some easy tips to think about when it comes to organizing your home.
Beds – These can be placed diagonally as long as they are opposite the door and remain and clean view.
Desks – Desk should not face walls as creativity can be hampered and concentration broken.
Mirrors – Create energy so place them in rooms where a boost is needed.
Electronics – These should be at least 2 feet from the bed to ensure the best night of sleep.
Psychology of Color
If considering adding some color to the walls of a room in your home, here is an understanding of what each color means for you.
Green – A refreshing color that promotes rest and recuperation.
Blue – A great color for the bedroom as it lowers blood pressure and is seen as cool and calming.
Orange – A home gym or active room within the home does well with the color orange as it raises energy levels.
Purple – This bold color is associated with creativity and wealth and considered elegant for a home office or other room of the home.
Red – This vibrant color raises the heart rate and is associated with danger. It brings excitement to rooms such as the dining room.
Neutrals – This color is unassuming and will suit any room that is so bland.
Yellow – Hallways work well for the color yellow as yellow is to joyous for most other rooms of the home and can irritate. A person is more likely to lose their temper in a room with yellow.
Becoming a landlord is a major deal and no one can simply get up and think, “well, yes I think I should be a landlord and rent out my flat.” If you are thinking that you would like to be a landlord,... More
Landlords and aspiring landlords, do not become as such, without guidance and advice. There is a lot that goes into being a landlord nowadays; in fact, there is so much to learn that it often confuses... More
Renting out an apartment or a house can become a constant revenue source for landlords, but at the same time, it gives rise to several problems. It is a fact that high standards, a strict lease... More
If you are currently thinking of becoming a landlord only because it helps you have a constant stream of income, you should think twice. It’s not that you should not consider offering your property... More
When it comes to paying taxes, most individuals have no idea that they may be paying so much without needing to do so. The same goes for landlords. Why should you or any other landlord be paying more... More
For a landlord, it is of immense importance to ensure that they only let a qualified tenant to move in. It is however every landlord’s nightmare when they get tenants from hell who make the tenancy... More
There are many terms and concepts used in the realms of landlording, and when it comes to learning everything in the property business, most aspiring property owners find them in trouble. Most... More
Not all tenants are alike; some of them are good, others are from hell. That’s why one should know the right way to deal with bad tenants. They can be troublesome in the sense that they can damage... More
Landlord Tips and Tricks for 2013 Landlord Tip #1 Your going to want to plan ahead for a rainy day when you have unexpected expenses that arise. Take the time to obtain a line of credit when cash flow... More