How to Make Your New House Feel Like Home

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Moving to a new house often presents an exciting possibility of a fun, new beginning. This may, however, be offset by the blank and listless feeling that a brand new space often has. Have a look at a few ways in which you can make your new house feel like home and start to enjoy the comfort right away.

Start With the Children’s Rooms

If there are children in the picture, it’s best to prioritize their rooms. Doing this will help them settle down a lot faster, and this, in turn, will give you room to get organized a lot more easily. When they don’t have to rummage through countless boxes to find items that are familiar and special to them, the move will take a smaller toll on them. You will find the whole process easier when you don’t have to constantly deal with a griping child, so make sure their boxes are all unpacked and their rooms are fully done as soon as you can, and everyone will be happy.

Clean Up

Another important thing you need to do is to clean the house thoroughly. Whether it’s a new housing unit or a recently remodeled one, there will be dirt and grime to get rid of. While doing this, light scented candles or use an air freshener that you like so you can get the feeling of a new house gone as soon as possible. Smelling familiar scents will help put all of you at ease a lot faster, and you will have an easier time getting set up. With 10% of homeowners having done a bath or kitchen remodel in the last year, you may have moved into a house that was remodeled recently as well. Make the space truly yours by cleaning it up from the top to the bottom and stamping your own scents around it. If you’re finding it difficult to squeeze in cleaning time, consider reaching out to a professional, such as Rain City Maids.

Follow Your Regular Routine

Another important thing you need to do is to follow the routine you’re used to following, starting as soon as it’s possible. This will help the space feel less foreign and more like home sooner rather than later, and you will settle down better. From bath times to mealtimes and bedtime, you need to maintain the schedule that you’re familiar with and soon, you will be comfortable enough in the new house to relax and take it in as your home.

Start Organizing Immediately

With 31 million people found to have moved in 2019 in the United States according to new census data, it’s clear that many people move at one point or another. You’re therefore far from the only one, and so you can borrow some ideas and even help from friends and family who may have moved as well and they’re in your area. They will have a lot of recent experience with the process, and they can help you get organized more easily than you would by yourself. When you have your new place neat and tidy, it will be easy to start associating it with the comforts of a home that’s familiar to you.

Hang Sturdy Wall Hooks

Wall hooks are extremely versatile and helpful, and they can make it easy for you to get organized. From the kitchen to the bathrooms and bedrooms, you definitely have things that would be easier and more decently kept away using wall hooks than anything else. Take advantage of them during your move, and buy some if you don’t have a few already. You will be happy you did so when you can efficiently and easily get a room organized.

With these tips, you can make your new house feel like home and start to settle down. While all you may want to do after the hassle of moving is to rest, you will be better off if you get organized as soon as you can, as you will be able to rest comfortably afterward.

Tim Werth
Timothy Beck Werth was born on the Fourth of July. He studied journalism, film, and radio at the University of Southern California. Previously, he worked as a reporter and copywriter in Los Angeles.
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