3 tips to change your living environment overseas!
Since the pandemic, many people have spent more time at home. The workplace is also changing to work-from-home arrangements. Thus, the space inside the house has become more important than ever. How can we optimise and change our living home environment?
Here are three simple tips!
Lighting, lighting, lighting.
This is so important, we feel the need to emphasise it thrice! The one most crucial element for any room or space to look more spacious boils down to the lighting. Natural light works wonders in opening up the interior of a room. If you don’t have access to natural lighting, consider painting the walls and ceiling white for an open and airy aesthetic. No more feeling cooped up and confined in a small space!
Revamp your bedroom
For many, the bedroom is a sanctuary. It’s where we spend the majority of our lives resting, sleeping, studying and working. There’s no place safer than the comfort of our bedroom. In a new country, it’d be best to replicate your own bedroom back home as closely as possible. This gives you a sense of familiarity as well as security. Jazz it up a little, of course, with scented candles and a good sound system!
Keep your home clean and tidy
Coming home after a long day of work to an empty house or room may be disheartening. But on the bright side, it’ll look amazing if you keep it clean and tidy! Being in a foreign country is a daunting task, and many of us would pack more than what is needed. As my mother used to say, “you’ll never know when you may need this.” From experience, these items would just be lying around taking up space. Should you have too much stuff around, consider decluttering your space and store what you don’t need with us at Extra Space Asia, where you can access it any time, any day, as our facilities are open 24/7!
There’s no place like home. But while we’re somewhere else, let’s soldier on, and do what we must to rise above these unique times. If you’re searching for a safe and secure storage facility to store your personal and family items, feel free to visit any of our seven storage facilities in Korea. Or simply call us at 1899-8708 to speak with our professional consultants to learn more about our various storage solutions.