Fall in love with your floor all over again.
It’s nobody’s fault, but it happens… You’ve been living in your home for a while, and in your eyes it’s starting to look a little tired. Maybe it doesn’t make you happy the way it used to. In fact, you’re starting to fall a little bit out of love with it. So how do you get back that initial butterflies-in-the-stomach feeling you had when you first set eyes on your home-to-be?
Homes, just like relationships, need to be nurtured. So, given that it’s Valentine’s Day this month, why not devote February to giving your living space a little TLC? Start by getting on top of those niggling jobs – fix that leaking radiator, replace that faulty door handle, wash the windows… Small changes like these can make a huge difference to how you feel about your living space.
Even if you’re not planning on moving any time soon, updating worn décor is worth the expense if it makes you see your living space with fresh eyes and fall in love with it all over again – plus, you’ll be adding value to your home. A change of paint colour could be all it takes, but think about what’s underfoot, too; we tend to underestimate how much flooring can influence our mood. Does your home feel dark and gloomy to you? A pale, almost-white wood-effect style like our Toronto flooring will give it a lighter, brighter vibe. Cold and unwelcoming? Add warmth and cosiness with Aspin flooring in a gorgeous honey hue. Outdated? Go for a cool and contemporary design like Bolivia, in on-trend grey. Leoline flooring is fast and easy to fit, so in just a weekend you could have a whole new look. Just remember, when it’s all done and dusted, to buy your home some flowers – it deserves them. Relationships may come and go, but your home is always there for you.