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Making a New House Feel Like YOUR Home

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There are few times in life when you really get a fresh start, but moving house is definitely one of them. It’s a chance to turn over a new leaf- declutter, get organised, decorate and set up your life to be exactly how you want it.

laying under a pile of boxes

If you’ve used a moving company like https://www.mybekins.com/location/las-vegas-nv-movers/ you at least don’t have to worry about physically moving your possessions from A to B, but you will need to spend time unpacking. A new house often doesn’t feel like home right away which can be a strange feeling. If you want to make your new house feel like ‘your’ home as quickly as possible here are a few ideas!

Clean
It makes sense that when you move into a new home you will give it a good clean. While the last tenant or owners should have left it in a clean and tidy condition, you will still want to go over it yourself. Scrub kitchens and bathrooms, floors, windows, open windows and doors to air it out. This is useful if the house has been empty for a while. If you’re keeping the carpets, you could hire a carpet cleaner or get a professional carpet cleaning company in to get them up to scratch. This way you don’t feel like you’re living in someone else’s grime and the house feels like yours!

Think About Scents
Chances are you have candles, reed diffusers, plug in air fresheners and other ways to scent the home. It can be tempting to go with all new fragrances but actually, continue using the ones you always do. This will instantly bring a familiar scent into the home which can be comforting and make you feel like it is your space. Buy some spray air fresheners and Febreze too in familiar scents and use these around the home.

Get The Bathrooms Set Up
Moving house is hard work, when you’re feeling stressed and sweaty and the end of the day a hot bath or shower will do wonders for making you feel better. Make sure there are fresh towels and toiletries so you can refresh at the end of the long day. You might need to put a shower curtain up or some storage to house your products. Don’t forget toothpaste, tissue and other essentials

Make Up The Beds With Fresh Bedding
It’s worth having all of your bedding in a separate, clearly labelled box so that when you get to the new place you can get the bed made up right away. That way after a long and tiring day of moving you have fresh familiar beds to get into without having to rummage. The first few days after moving are particularly busy so getting enough rest will certainly make everything less stressful.

How would you make a brand new house feel like home after moving in? If you’ve recently moved, how long did it take you for it to feel like home?

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