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Changing Your Scenery By Rearranging Your Furniture Has a Major Benefit

Increasing your mood by changing scenery

Increasing your mood by changing scenery

Research shows that a change in scenery is a factor in staying happy. When you're newly working from home however, regularly changing your surroundings can be a challenge.

You can change the scenery without leaving your house - all you have to do is rearrange your furniture. Even subtle variations can help improve your mood.

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Increasing your mood by changing scenery

Research shows that a change in scenery is a factor in staying happy. When you're newly working from home however, regularly changing your surroundings can be a challenge.

You can change the scenery without leaving your house - all you have to do is rearrange your furniture. Even subtle variations can help improve your mood.

Reconfiguring your space’s layout

  • Changing your rugs can make a room look vastly different.
  • Getting rid of a single piece of furniture can help open up your interior. Cut out items that aren't really necessary.
  • Find your best angle. If your furniture isn't quite fitting how you hoped it would, align it at an angle.

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