Dorm room move in time is just around the corner, and your daughter is more than excited. After two years of sharing a room and sharing a bathroom, this year she is going to be in her own suite style apartment. Most of the things that she is planning to take are items that you have been finding on sale throughout the summer. You do, however, have a couple of surprises that you have packed away for her. A nautical wheel with a mirror in the center and a life preserver wall decoration in her college school colors. She has selected plenty of other seaside and ocean themed things for her room, from the sheets to the curtains, and you know that she will love the addition of the nautical wheel. She has always posted pictures of herself, her friends, and your family at the beach, so these items will be a perfect fit.
Feeling good about the space where you live is important to how you feel and when you feel inspired by your space you can often accomplish more. Whether it is dorm space or a whole house decorating project, it is important to select items that make you feel good every morning as you walk out of the space.
It Is Time to Plan a New Look for Your Favorite Spaces
- $65.2 billion is generated by the home decor market each year.
- Only 20% of Americans feel happy with their home decor.
- Worse yet, 14% of Americans indicate that their home furnishings actually make them feel gloomy.
- 36% of people spend between five and eight waking hours in their houses each day. Another 26% report that they spend between nine and 12 hours a day at their home. It is important to be happy in the spaces where you spend so much time.
- 47% of Americans indicated they have not updated their home decor in the last five years.
- Shopping really can be therapeutic. In fact, as many as 65% of women and 58% of men would rather shop for items for their homes, than shop for shoes.
From pirate decoration ideas to nautical themes, the decision to bring things that you love into your living spaces can help you bring positive energy into your life.