Fall in love with your rented property this February Fall in love with your rented property this February

Fall in love with your rented property this February

You want to treat your partner this Valentine’s Day.

No. 2980 from our magazine|2 min read| Published in Magazine on 24 January 2023 by our Marketing Team

Perhaps a meal out, a card, flowers and chocolates are more your style. After all, you are both trying to take your first steps on the property ladder; you are trying to save. It’s not easy, sometimes you feel like it’s never going to happen. You don’t want to spend on a property you don’t own. On the other hand, you want to make the most of where you live. The relationship you have with where you live is important. Showing that you care might just help you fall in love with your place. Here are a few tips and things you can do that won’t break the bank!
 
Create the perfect space
It’s all about being comfortable in your surroundings. Functionality is important. The first part of creating a great ambience is decluttering or arranging your room so it is as stress-free as possible. Often less is more but you still want a feeling of space with cosiness.
 
Lights and candles
Lighting affects your mood. Candles particularly at this time of year are perfect for that romantic evening in. Don’t just use them on Valentine’s Day. Use them after a long day at work and relax in the soft lighting which will soothe you and create a relaxing ambience.
Conversely, simply changing a few bulbs and creating lots of light in the kitchen for example will create a feeling of space. Use LED bulbs and reduce your carbon footprint while saving some money.
 
Add some personal touches
Flowers, candles, paintings or pictures of a special time or place. Once your rooms are decluttered and clean these items will have a huge impact and help you to relax more quickly. This adds to the quality of your life while adding character and just enough detail to help stimulate your visual senses.
 
Plants
A few plants here and there reduce stress levels while adding an element of nature to your rooms. Improving the quality of the air in your home and giving you a sense of well-being that combines with the glorious effect of natural aesthetics.
 
Celebrate outdoor living
A nice space outside with candles or a stove underneath the stars is not only romantic but a great way to add another room to your house. It may be outside but create the right space and it’s as important as any room in the house.
 
TLC
Keeping everything clean and in good working order is one of the simplest and best ways to show the place where you live how much you care. In return, it might along with some other steps help you fall in love with the special place you live for you and your loved ones to share.
 
Browse our website today you might just find a property you will love.

This article was originally published by BriefYourMarket and is reproduced here with their permission.

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