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How to make your home a warmer and cosier space.

Although spring is settling into our lives, inviting us to make more outdoor plans, the feeling of coming home is unparalleled. Returning to your home is returning to your refuge, to a unique space where you feel like nowhere else. That is why a home is much more than that and at gHouse we bear this in mind when conceiving, designing and building a home. And also when it comes to decorating and setting it.

With regard to the latter, do you know how to make your home warmer and cosier? Well, here are some aspects that we keep in mind in our projects.

This way you get a warmer and cosier home.

As we said, a home is much more than just a place to live. Transforming a home into a pleasant and welcoming space can make a big difference in how you feel when you get home at the end of the day. The layout of the rooms, the colours that predominate or the lighting are three examples of how we can achieve a warmer and cosier home:

1.- Evaluate the kind of life you lead to create tailor-made rooms:

One way to make your home a warmer and more welcoming space is to create rooms tailored to your tastes and needs. For example, a family that enjoys cooking and spending time together, needs a kitchen with an office, a kitchen island or a kitchen connected to the living room to be able to interact and enjoy those moments.

In the same way, a person who enjoys watching movies at home should have a room for comfortable, quality film viewing. Having a meeting or relaxation area with comfortable seating, a fireplace or a coffee table where you can share special moments with friends and family can also make a difference.

2.- Opt for warm colours in all rooms:

Warm and rather neutral tones such as beige, sand, terracotta or even soft shades of yellow and orange can be decisive in creating a cosy atmosphere.

Painting the walls in these colours or adding accessories in these tones can instantly change the atmosphere of the different rooms in your home. As you know, the colour palette of your home can make all the difference.

3.- Use cosy rugs and textiles:

The aim of this post is to help you achieve a warmer and cosier home, as well as comfortable and cosy. And one of the ways to achieve this is through the strategic use of rugs that have a great aesthetic power, but also have the power to transmit a feeling of warmth to the rooms. Getting out of bed or off the sofa and feeling a soft carpet underfoot is very pleasant. Any corner becomes cosier with a rug, especially if it is in warm tones.

The same goes for home textiles. With soft, comfortable and cuddly textures you will achieve not only visual but also tactile warmth, making your home cosier. The presence of blankets, cushions, curtains… brings a lot of warmth to the home, as well as the upholstery of sofas and armchairs. They are all decorative elements but, due to their texture, colour and use, they are crucial to make a home warmer and cosier.

4.- Introduce natural elements inside the home:

Bring nature indoors with indoor plants and materials such as stone, wood and natural fibres like wicker or bamboo. These elements not only add visual warmth, but can also improve air quality and create a sense of serenity and harmony in the home for your enjoyment.

Personalise your space as well with objects that have personal meaning to you, such as photographs, artwork or travel souvenirs. These personal touches not only make your home more unique, but also more welcoming by reflecting your personality and experiences.


With these tips and tricks, you can transform your home into a warm and cosy haven where you will always feel safe. Remember, the key is to create an environment that reflects your personal style and makes you feel happy and comfortable every time you walk through the door. Our team of architects and interior designers in Mallorca can help you.