One of a homemaker’s primary jobs is nesting, or being able to make a home comfortable for her family. Let’s look at the 4 main areas in the home that a homemaker should focus her time and energy on to make more comfortable and homey.
What are the Main Rooms in the Home to Make Comfortable?
1. Living Room or Family Room: This is where your family will end up to spend their free time together. If you’re like many families, you may already be spending most of your family time in this room and realizing that it doesn’t function properly.
Ready to start your living room makeover? Read 5 Ways to Change the Look of Your Living Room.
2. Dining Room: The dining room is an incredibly important room of the house to make comfortable because this is where your family will have meals together.
- The beginning of your day starts at the kitchen table for breakfast.
- The afternoon brings homeschool moms and kids back to the table (not to mention infants and toddlers joining the meal in their high chairs and booster seats). For non-homeschool families, parents may be lucky enough to meet each other at home for a lunch hour date away from work.
- Dinnertime brings your family back together after going their separate ways to work, school, and daycare all day long.
The dining table should be warm and inviting to make the whole family feel glad to be back home and in each other’s company.
3. Kids’ Bedrooms: Your children’s rooms should be comfortable because this is where they will get dressed, play, have story and cuddle time, and go to sleep. A properly designed kids’ room can make all the difference for a smooth bedtime routine.
4. Master Bedroom: Mrs. Homemaker will want to pay special attention to making the master bedroom a warm and inviting retreat for mom and dad to connect in at the end of the day. Ready to start making your master bedroom the most comfortable place on Earth? Next, read How to Decorate a Peaceful Bedroom.