Creating That Stressless Chair – 3 Steps to Relaxation

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If you’;re like me, you probably go to work for eight maybe ten hours a day. You take your breaks, your lunch and probably work with the same products, numbers or facts throughout the day. Days can sometimes be stressful when some things do not work out the way you would have hoped through the day. You get home and you’;re pretty much beat. Would not it be nice to have a single stressless chair that sits alone in a comfortable place in your home that lets you sink in and relax?

Getting that stressless feeling in a chair can take some work. Finding the right harmony and balance in your decor can also play a big part in getting you into that restful and stressless mindset after a long day. Call it unwinding or letting go but the end goal is to leave the day behind and concentrate on resting and relaxing.

1. Lighting:

The first thing you should look at is the current atmosphere in your room. When you’;ve worked a long day in bright lighting or buildings with fixtures that produce a lot of light, coming home to brightness may not needlessly be in your best interest. Find lighting that produces enough for reading or moving through a room. Table lamps, floor lamps or wall scones with dimmer switches near your chair or sofa can be a great way to provide the light you need for a relaxing stressless atmosphere.

2. Wall Color:

Your wall color can have a big impact on created a stress free atmosphere. Typically there are three different colors that can produce a relaxing feeling to any room.

a.) Neutrals are soothing and relaxing and do not have to necessarily be creams or off whites. Sand or taupe colors can be a great choice. Even light gray colors.
b.) Browns & green colors are the latest in home décor wall colors. Many individuals have found that they do not have to go bold with these colors but can instead choose softer, lighter shades in these colors that achieve a restful and stressless appearance.
c.) Blue shades can also be a great choice for your space. The lighter shades of blue have a relaxing impact on a room and seem to be one of the hottest trends in paint choices. The shade of blue you choose is entirely up to your own style and vision but should be a color that offers a cool and relaxing shade for your décor.

3. Furniture:

Helping that stressless chair to become the focal point of relaxation in your space can be the difference between just coming home or being able to come home and get relaxed. The chair you choose should provide good lumbar support for your lower back. This may seem unimportant but your body can get tired after a long day and proper support for your spine can be of great benefit. Be sure that the chair is in a comfortable place that provides rest and helps to take your mind off your busy day. Be sure your chair suits you and fits you the way you want. There are manufacturers of furniture who actually make recliners and chairs in the same styles but different sizes. Being able to sit or sleep in a chair that conforms around you is better than being in a chair that you are simply in but is much larger than you need. Find a fabric, leather or upholstery that fits your lifestyle.

Choosing the right wall color, lighting and furniture in your space can help create the relaxing decor you’;ve needed after a long day. Having a stressless chair located in your space can also help be a key part of that decor by providing you with a place to sit or sleep and rid yourself of the stresses and problems from the day. What may relax you in terms of lighting, walls and furniture will be different from others so do not feel locked into some of the suggestions here. Make your space your own and find the things that help you find quiet, peaceful rest and relaxation.