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How Do Athletes Make Their Homes Look Great?


How Do Athletes Make Their Homes Look Great

If you are trying to make your home look amazing, you’re probably considering getting at least some of your inspiration from the famous people you admire and the way that they have created amazing spaces. Celebrities will often be working with a much bigger budget than everyday people, but that does not mean you can’t gain anything from looking at the way they approach home decor!

There are lots of ways in which you can do this to maximize the effect you’ll achieve, and you don’t have to think small, even if you’re working on a budget. Find some design ideas that you love and use these to build a picture of what you want in your own home. It’s a great thing to do while reading Corey Parson’s insights about the next NFL players, or after watching an exciting match between your two favorite boxers.

Athletes are often extremely focused on creating spaces that will suit their needs perfectly, and that makes them ideal role models if you want to make your home a beautiful, welcoming experience. You can learn a lot from your favorite sportsmen and women. With that in mind, let’s find out a bit more about the trends in athlete home decor!

1. Bump Up The Natural Light

Every athlete will have different tastes and preferences when it comes to creating amazing indoor spaces and bumping up their home decor so that it looks as good as possible to them – but there are a few common themes that you are likely to see in an athlete’s home. One is that the space will have a focus on wellness, and will often incorporate a lot of natural light, using big windows and letting in as much daylight as possible.

This is because athletes need to maximize how much daylight they are exposed to in order to keep their circadian rhythms balanced and ensure that they can sleep well at night. This gives them more energy and helps them to achieve peak performance at all times, and it’s the main reason you’ll see big, sweeping windows, with drapes pulled way back from the frame. 

Daylight is often the focus of the design, so look for ways to highlight your windows and make them the star of the show. Drapes should have ties so that you can pull them back and let as much natural light in as possible. Furniture should be kept away from the windows, so it doesn’t block off any of that precious resource. Choose nice frames and consider adding pot plants or outdoor features that will further improve the aesthetic.

2. Pay Attention To Comfort

Comfort is king in the homes of many athletes; you will find inviting couches, soft rugs, and plump chairs scattered throughout the space. When you have got sore muscles and you’ve been working out, you need somewhere to sink down and relax. That’s what you’ll want to mirror in your own space, making it as comfortable and inviting as you can.

You should focus on each room individually and think about what the purpose of that particular space is so that you can make it as comfortable as possible. For example, the living room might want to be snug and warm, with lots of sunlight, but the bedroom should be cool, with the option of blackout curtains to offer improved sleep quality.

You’ll want to bring together both comfort and style in your athlete-inspired home. Don’t buy furniture that’s unpleasant to use just because it looks good – but don’t fill the space with torn-up, soggy couches just because they’re comfy. Find a balance between the two, and your home will be both practical and beautiful.

3. Think About Calmness And Relaxation

Relaxation is a crucial aspect in the home of an athlete. These people undergo a lot of day-to-day stress both physically and emotionally, and often spend much of their time traveling and training. Being able to switch off and relax when they are at home is therefore critical, and the design elements tend to reflect this.

You’ll often find that an athlete’s home is done in neutral, calming colors, incorporating a lot of beiges, grays, whites, and browns. Wood tends to feature heavily around window frames and doors, making the home feel natural and calming. On the whole, staying away from bold colors and restless, harsh design elements is beneficial.

Wooden furniture is often used, because of its connection with the natural world. Many people are aware that touching wood has a calming effect, and studies have started to illustrate that being in contact with wood encourages us to relax. Choosing wooden furnishings is therefore a great option for making your home feel more welcoming and calming, and you’ll note that many athletes do this, probably without even realizing why they are drawn to wood in the first place!

Jacob Lindsey

Jacob is a home remodeling guru having worked over 15 years in construction in Reno, NV, mainly focused on home renovations. He likes taking ideas from his clients and making them a reality.

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