Make Your Home Feel Like a Private Oasis

There’s much fun to be had in the outside world, sure, but there’s no denying that it can be pretty chaotic from time to time. If we’re going to be at our best, then it’s important that we have a relaxing space in which to unwind and recover from the day. The best place to do this is, of course, in your home. If you think that your property is a little too a part of the outside world, then take a read of some of the below. There you’ll find tips that’ll have your home feel like your own private oasis.

Make Your Home Feel Like a Private Oasis

Clear Divides 

To begin with, look at creating a clear divide between your property and the outside world. Sometimes you walk past properties and it just feels like they’re part of the public space. There’s nothing wrong with this so much, but it won’t feel all that private! If you have a fence or a gate, then there will be a clear divide. This won’t just help to create a barrier that reduces access to the public, but it’ll help you to differentiate between your public and private lives. 

In the Front Yard

And now let’s think about the front yard. Take a walk around, and you’ll see that most people don’t make the most of this space on their property! While it’s fine to just have a few plants and stuff, that won’t give you the ‘private oasis’ feel. That’ll come from installing a hedge, so that the front yard feels enclosed, and from adding trees. When you look at your home, it should be difficult to see the brick, especially in the lower part of the house. Note that this will reduce some sunlight into your home, but the advantages are plain to see. 

Quiet Spaces

Even if you love the interior of your home, you’ll find it difficult to really feel like you’re in a private oasis if you continually hear the buzzes and noises of the outside world. So be sure to look at reducing this infiltration from the outside world. One of the best ways to make your home quieter is to install double glazed windows; they’re very good at keeping unwanted noise out. If you live in an especially noisy area, then you might consider moving your living area to the back of your property, away from the traffic from the road. The aim is to make your home feel calm, so you feel at peace from the moment you walk through the front door.

Zen Gardens

And finally, let’s think about your back garden. This is a great place to create an oasis! First of all, make it private and beautiful — that means plants. You’ll also want to consider adding a water feature to your garden too. There’s nothing better than sitting out on a spring morning, listening to the beautiful sound of running water. It’ll also help to attract wildlife, which will make your property feel even more beautiful than it already is.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

rachel bustin

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