Working on the bedroom
Posted on Nov 26 2012 at 05:58:09 PM in House & Garden
After working hard on our job it is unrealistic to expect us to come home to a house that we are unhappy with, so when it becomes necessary to make improvements, we will not be inclined to pull out any stops. A comfortable home makes for a great location to unwind after a hard day at the office.
We all like nice things and if we can afford them the odds are that we will not hold back when it comes to replacing some of the items around the house. There may be times, however, when we have to refrain from what we buy due to a financial shortfall.
There is no reason why we should be living in an environment that we are we are unhappy with, so if finances allow and we are so inclined, replacing some of the older furniture in the house could actually be a very uplifting experience, not to mention being a great morale booster.
Although the bedroom may not be one of the more frequented rooms in the home, (unless you happen to be single) keeping it nicely dressed up is probably a good idea. There may be times when you have a few people over and one of them may need to use the master bathroom because the other one is occupied.
Perception is everything so if it matters to you what your friends think about you, the bedroom needs to be able to pass the smell test to. Friends have a way of starting rumors about you and even though they may not have any malice in mind, keeping your bedroom off limits to them could end up becoming a conversation starter for the water-cooler.
In most instances it may not require a lot of money to make a bedroom look good, in fact if your room is neat and tidy, with the bed made up, there is probably not much else that needs to be done. For that added touch, you can keep your best looking bedspread on the bed until your guests leave for the evening.