How do you make your house feel like a home?

There are so many different ideas and opinions for how you could make your house feel like a home. For some people they might want to use ornaments and match everything with them, whereas others may prefer to match the wall décor with the flooring. No matter what your decision is, either way you need a suitable comfortable floor that does still match your taste.

We all like to browse online these days for inspiration and ideas but then we end up just toying with the idea. Clitheroe Carpet Warehouse is full of inspiration, especially with an amazing dedicated team that will work around your home idea’s. We have a brilliant variation off flooring that will make your home look superb and extremely comfortable.

Some people prefer to have the same colour flooring throughout the whole house or just one floor whereas some people like to have every room different. Either way we can make sure you get the flooring you have in mind and make sure you leave the shop with everything you need at amazing discounted shop prices! You cannot go wrong!

Have you got all of your furniture that you need for your home? You don’t want to buy furniture and then purchase your dream flooring which may end up scratched by your furniture, this is of course if you have hard flooring so you may be best with carpet. Are you more than likely to re-arrange your flooring a lot? Some furniture may leave imprints that will eventually go away on soft flooring so maybe hard flooring is best for you. Either way we have the flooring right here for you!

Here are some more idea’s that you could consider whilst making your home look like a home:

Look for furniture that is ‘curl-upabble’.
There’s often a bit of a gap between furniture that is lovely to look upon, and furniture that is lovely to sit upon. Ideally, the perfect sofa would strike a balance between the two. But if you’re truly dedicated to coziness, before purchasing anything designed for sitting, you must consider its curl-uppability. “Can I see myself curled up on this sofa of a Sunday afternoon, feet sunk deep in the cushions, reading a book and drinking tea?” If the answer is no – keep looking.

Mix it up a little.
“Don’t buy all your furniture from one store,” the old adage goes, “unless you want your house to look like a furniture store.” Furniture stores are lovely, but they are not inviting. To get away from the show-house look, mix together pieces from different styles. When considering things together, think less about what “matches” and more about what “goes”. Mixing dissimilar pieces creates visual texture, which will make any space more inviting and more cozy.

Fill your house with things you would want to touch. 
An old leather chair, a worn wood table, a fluffy throw, a patterned rug – items with lots of texture, that are interesting to touch and hold, add warmth to a room.

Use warm colors.
Cooler colors make a space feel larger and airier. Warm colors do the oppsite – they make a space feel smaller and cozier. Every color, even whites and blacks, can have cool or warm undertones.

Lighting, lighting, lighting. 
One of the most important factors in how a room looks is something most people usually don’t even think about: light. It’s especially important in a living room to have multiple light sources – brighter ones for larger gatherings, smaller ones for more intimate gatherings or a night in. Table lamps bring lighting down to a human level and give big rooms a sense of scale.

Switch ‘cool’ light bulbs for ‘warm’ ones. 
Tiny investment, minimal work, nearly instant cozification.


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