Home is not a place; it's a feeling. The hard part is creating that sentiment! When letting a house, creating a home feeling at the place you live can be tricky.

How can you incorporate that familiar feeling of coming home into a house you do not own?

Especially if you are letting in Malta, a home can be expensive and require some planning to make it worthwhile.

The perfect home does not occur automatically, but investing your time and energy is fun! To help you build your ideal home, we created these four tips to guide you through the process. Make your house your home!

Designate your rooms

Creating a home feeling starts with the basis. What will you be using each room for? This might be very obvious in some cases: what else will you use the kitchen for? However, if you do not have access to office space, you may use the kitchen dining table as an office.

Writing these things down can also help you consider what you need for each space. Assigning a purpose to a room will also help you to focus on the drive itself. You won't need a TV in the bedroom if you feel like the room's purpose is to get a good night's sleep and find inner peace. Creating this overview can help you think about what you need in each room. Anything is possible, but believing in advance about utilizing each room can prevent surprises and chaos.

Plant your greens

Some green companionship can help assemble that home feeling we all seek. Adding a plant to your interior is the perfect solution! Research has shown us that plants not only help improve the air quality as they produce oxygen but also positively influence your productivity, concentration, and memory. We know it can be hard to take care of your plants. So if your fingers are not as green as you would have liked, just get a nice cactus to liven up the room. They are complex actual survivors but still manage to add that green touch to your home!

Lighten up

To facilitate a comforting home sense, design your interior in a way in which you incorporate a lot of light. Natural light has many proven health benefits, as it boosts the immune system, supports your body's vitamin D production, and improves your sleep quality. All of which then lead to an improved mood and overall happiness. Reasons enough to let the light into your life and your home!

We recommend using lighter colors for paint or wallpaper as these brighten up the room and reflect natural light more efficiently. If you still want to incorporate color in your home, pick a light or pastel shade and only color one wall. Adding mirrors to your interior can also help reflect light and brighten your home. Lastly, think about the fabric you use for curtains. Heavy materials can make the room seem smaller and block sunlight out of your perfect home!

Workplace Water Features

Water Features

The water feature placed inside a fountain can pose a safety hazard. If the water feature includes an open pool, it should consist of design features that prevent accidental entrance by children. While children in a workplace are not always typical, some occasionally visit and should be protected. Adding an indoor fountain to your office may require remarkable insurance riders or coverage depending on design and location.


The most crucial thing in creating a home environment is to personalize it! Place important belongings and artifacts in your home. Display your photos of family, friends, loved ones, or other things that are important to you. Utilize your arts and crafts skills to create a way to show your photos in a collage. Check Pinterest for some fabulous inspiration!

Personalization can also be portrayed by choosing a particular scent for your home. You could use scented candles, incense, or essential oils. Find out what smells add comfort to your home!

Use these tips to find your ultimate home feeling and create your perfect home!