You invite a close friend into your home and what does he think? Is he thinking of how dirty everything is? Or is he saying, “My god, you have amazing taste in décor.” This is happening every single time you have someone over. So, do you think your décor matters? Well, I do. In the following, I will be explaining why I think this is true.
To start off, I think décor matters because it controls the mood at events. When you think back to an event that you attended, maybe a wedding, what do you remember most? Chances are the décor made the experience and made you feel that you were an extravagant event. The décor helps control people in it by reminding them that they are at an upper-class venue. Nobody wants to be remembered as that person that acted out of place at an upscale event.
The type of décor also makes your photos and videos stand out. The décor will be in the background of all your photos. From the entrance to photos of people sitting in their seats. The type of décor will make or break your memories of these type of events. They will impact on how you feel about those memories.
Décor even matters in a working environment. Having things around you that you are comfortable or have an attachment to can help you increase your work flow. Picture your workplace having bare walls and nothing the stacks of papers on your desk. This doesn’t seem all that pleasant, right? Well, when adding a bit of personal touch it can completely transform the room. Adding a picture of your wife or husband or kids can set a reminder for you to work hard to support your loved ones with my brown sheepskin pillows.
To sum up, décor does matter in the ways that it represents who you are, it sets the mood for events, and it helps you realize what you need to do in order to be efficient.