Many people don’t feel as comfortable in their home as they should. Perhaps it’s because they had to save money, so they bought cheap low-grade furniture. Perhaps they don’t feel like fixing these problems because comfort is seen as a luxury. Creating home comfort is more important than you think and adds many benefits.

The Benefits to Creating Home Comfort


A lot of people don’t see their home as somewhere where they need to concentrate that heavily. But even something we view as entertainment, like watching films or reading books, require you to lose yourself in the worlds of that medium. This means you need to concentrate. Recently I decided to take guitar lessons and realized that I needed to have a comfortable spot in my home that was quiet and private so I could concentrate while practicing my new hobby. Creating home comfort for my music space involved finding the right stool with a foot rest, purchasing a music stand, a guitar stand, and having a place to set my coffee cup. Without preparing my home for practicing my guitar I might not practice as much and not achieve my goal.

But for many people, concentrating at home takes on much more important meanings. With more people than ever working from home, the ability to concentrate becomes much more vital. And how exactly are you supposed to concentrate if you’re not comfortable? When you’re sitting on a chair, for example, you shouldn’t even be that conscious of that fact that you’re sitting down. You should be able to devote yourself to the given task without worrying about discomfort.


Life can be hectic and at the end of the day, we all need a place where we can go to decompress from the day’s stresses. This is why it is important to create your home comfort by designing your home with things that relax you. The fact is that stress is something that creates long-term health effects that you don’t want. Stress is often induced by an inability to relax. And what can help you relax? Being comfortable! If you’re feeling stressed out or low, you’ll often need to sit or lie down. Being able to do that without having to shift around for comfort will help prevent you from feeling fatigued and affecting your mood. You might want to consider a comfortable outdoor living space. Nature has the effect of calming our nerves and it is a place you can sit and visit with family and friends.

The Benefits to Creating Home Comfort


Uncomfortable seating often forces people into postures that aren’t good for their back. Long-term spine problems can occur if you don’t take care of how you’re sitting! If your back doesn’t have the support it needs on the seat you use every day, I’d recommend looking into getting a new one.

There’s also the matter of sleep. Having a good bed (or, more specifically, a good mattress) is more important than you might think. A good nights rest goes a long way for not only our backs but, our overall health. So many people aren’t sleeping enough, and it causes adverse health effects which can affect your concentration and your mood. It is important to do your research when considering buying a good mattress, one size does not fit all, so to speak. Do your homework by checking out reviews of whatever mattress your consider to see if it’s suitable for your needs. A review of the iComfort mattress might be a good place to start.

Home Comfort - Buying a mattress.
Photo by Patricia Davis Brown Designs, LLC.


There is something very satisfying when your home fits your needs and your personality. It makes you more social and more likely to have friends over which is a healthy lifestyle for anyone.  So remember the benefits that by adding décor and furnishings to create home comfort is money worth spending!

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About the Author: Patricia Davis Brown

Patricia, like her blog, is not a one-dimensional designer, which is evident in her accolades of 17 national design awards. Over a 38-year career in the industry, she has carved a niche in several areas of design. Licensed in interior design and certified in kitchen and bath design, she offers a full menu of design services ranging from whole house interior design, kitchen and bath design, lighting design, full remodels, commercial design and universal (ADA) design. Patricia is a sought-after speaker in the industry and has been published in many publications as seen on her interior design firm’s website, She writes for such publications as QuinStreetinc, Relaxed Remodeler, and talent offering design tips.