The onset of the monsoon season makes everyone rejoice with its pleasant weather, rain showers, and chilly breeze. In this season, there’s nothing more peaceful than sitting in a cosy corner, and watching the rain through the window. If you wish to make the most of this monsoon vibe, rethinking your home’s interiors could work wonders!
This rainy season, we encourage you to turn your home into a cool and comforting monsoon refuge. Take it as your chance to break the monotony and bring in some freshness. Experiment with interior paint colours, textures, furniture, artefacts, and more!
To help you elevate your living space, we have put up a few tips and ideas related to monsoon home decor. So, let’s dive right in!
Move your couch closer to the window, so that you can savour a hot cup of coffee as it rains. You may also switch to cosy floor seating instead of chairs. Rearranging your furniture helps to transform your space and gives it a new look. So, don’t sweat it too much. Just give it a try!
Adding more colours to your home not only beautifies but also livens up your space. Especially when the cloudy weather begins to take a toll on your mood, the vibrant interior paint colours help cheer you up! So, select bright colours for home painting, and avoid dark shades as they tend to make the room appear dull. Go for alluring shades that resonate with this time of the year.
Give a long-lasting sheen to your walls with JSW Paints. We offer a wide range of 1808 wall paint colours that can make your home look more attractive.
The rainwater often tends to leave a pungent smell. To beat this monsoon odour, lighting a few scented candles is always a good idea. These candles not only help you feel relaxed but also add a touch of warmth to your room. In place of these aromatic candles, incense sticks also make a good alternative. So, get one right away, and keep your air fresh and pleasant.
During the monsoons, the humid atmosphere creates the perfect environment for plants to thrive. So, feel free to grow some potted plants, ferns, herbs and flowers. These plants help to purify the air in your home, make you happier, and add a positive vibe to your home. So, if you have a balcony, decorating it with lots of plants could make all the difference. But while you’re at it, don’t forget to check the colour combination. For instance, a bright green money plant goes well with wall paint colours like white or grey.
Lighting plays a crucial role in creating a cosy ambience. Placing floor-standing lamps in the corners can help you brighten up your space, and add a luxurious touch to your home.
After an exhausting and dreary summer, we all yearn for the monsoons.