Sunday is quite special. With a sense of quietness that no other day has. Whether it's the day itself, the idea that you don't have to do anything for a while or the atmosphere around the house: we love it. But what if we tell you that you can also enjoy that special Sunday feeling on Monday? And on every other day of the week?
Create an oasis of peace in your living room
The space where you spend most of your time. Ideally, you want your living room to always give you a feeling of peace. But beyond that, it should be a space where you can celebrate, retreat, laugh and cry. Provide a calm, minimalistic base that you can brighten up with colour, so that the space doesn't get boring. You can do this with an eye-catching rug, colourful vases with flowers, decorative cushions, or other home accessories. This way you mix the cheerfulness and the calm of Sunday.
Candles: even when it's light outside
They give your room more atmosphere and provide a warm, cosy feeling. The darker it is outside, the faster you get in the mood to light your candles. But candles are also indispensable in the spring. Even when it's light outside. Just lighting the candles makes you feel more zen inside. That's how that Sunday feeling comes naturally.
Candles & candle holders
Crisp sheets in the bedroom
There's nothing like waking up under soft, yet crisp bedding. Especially on Sundays, we spend a little longer dreaming under the sheets - without embarrassment. Quality is everything when it comes to your bedding. It contributes to that relaxed feeling, which you can experience so wonderfully on Sunday. You wake up more rested – which naturally makes you more excited for your day. Even if it’s Monday.
A soft plaid on the couch
Do you also enjoy those relaxing evenings under a warm blanket, with a cup of tea and a good book within reach? Besides the fact that a plaid is very nice to stay warm under, it is also a perfect accessory for your sofa. So it might as well stand out a bit. Go for a beautiful colour or a lively print. Your decor will thank you. When you're not spending time on the couch, drape your throw with casualty over the couch.