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    Home Decor to Ease Anxiety

    September 18, 2019

    Man hangs up a multi-photo frame in his apartment.

    We all know that decorating, even in the NYC apartments for rent, can be a stressful endeavor. Even the way you place items in your home can lead to tension and anxiety steadily building up, and that is no way to live a peaceful existence. Thankfully, there’s a way to change the normal apartment hustle and bustle, by adopting some decorating strategies designed to help you relax. As it just so happens, we know a few of them, and today, we’ll be sharing exactly what it is you’ll want to do within your home to help cut back on the stress and start cooling out for good.

    It All Starts With Decluttering

    One of the number one causes of anxiety in an apartment space is an overabundance of stuff. Depending on how long you’ve been at your residence, you may have had years to accumulate all sorts of things you no longer need, yet there they are, junking up your home and causing you all kinds of worry. The appropriate first step, then, is to purge yourself off all those extraneous material possessions. There are plenty of schools of thought on the best way to do this, from idea of Swedish Death Cleaning to the peerless Marie Kondo herself. Find what works for you, then get to work excising that junk from your home.

    Keep a Trash Receptacle by the Door

    One way clutter builds up in the home is when you carry it in and forget about it. Could be mail, or other scraps that you don’t think of much, but once you pass the threshold, you tend to stash that stuff in a corner and let it pile up. No longer. Set a trash can by the door, and watch as you start to toss that which you don’t need as soon as it crosses through the door.

    Calm Down With Colors

    Did you know that the colors you surround yourself with can influence your mood? All colors come with some interesting psychology behind them, and if you want to stay relaxed at your home, you’ll want to start incorporating stress-reducing shades like blue, lavender, and white into your color schemes. They’ll take the edge off, and leave your home feeling more like a sanctuary than a constant reminder of all the stress you’re under.

    These NYC Apartments for Rent Will Aid Your Newfound Peace

    The perfect place to test these strategies for a stress-free apartment life are in communities where comfort comes first and anxiety is but a distant memory. We’re speaking, of course, about 15 Cliff, the downtown luxury hotspot that puts resident convenience at the forefront of every design choice. In addition to the pristine residences and lovely views, you’ll enjoy the wonders of the neighborhood here, so much so that you’ll wonder why you didn’t make the move sooner. No more waiting; check out what 15 Cliff has to offer and learn how to make one of these stellar apartments your very own today.