Does your home Need you?

Nowadays we spent enormous money in interior home designing forgetting about space constraints inside rooms. Usually we design our home as per our wish and money, ignoring an important aspect ‘whether the home really needs us’.

If the home is fully crowded with all sort of furniture, machines etc., what is our need there..?

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Just ask a few questions yourself.

  • Can you touch the walls and feel its murmurs? If the wall is fully packed with cupboards, photo frames, etc. definitely you can’t even see the wall.
  • Do you have a place to sit on the floor with your kids and family? Or is it fully furnished..?
  • Can you stand and watch out through your balcony or is it covered..?

If all the answers are “no , easy to conclude that your home doesn’t look for you. If a few aspects are taken care during interior designing, we can make our home lively and beautiful.

  • First and the most important thing is to have maximum ventilation.
  • Then fill furniture which are essential only, leaving enough empty areas.
  • Ensure to have enough storage places to account the smallest thing so that things won’t be spread here and there.

We can design our home in any way, but it is important to ensure that the heart of home is not broken with our designs


The author is a Quality Assurance professional by experience. Part Quantitative data analyst, part consultant for quality and information security practices, part software tester, she is a writer by passion and blogs at and

One thought on “Does your home Need you?

  1. Beparvah !!

    November 8, 2015 at 2:09pm

    Lovely post…
    Loved it read it twice!!
    Wish you all luck for the above goal 🙂

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  2. Sunith

    March 14, 2018 at 12:06am

    If the home is full of things then maybe we too are a part of the furniture 🙂

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  3. prashantt

    March 14, 2018 at 3:25pm

    Agreed to you & ‘Yes’ answer for all three points that means my home needs me
    I feel spacious & ventillated rooms sends an impression of positivity too.

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      March 16, 2018 at 3:56pm creates some sort of energy and positivity compared to a crowded room

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  4. Prakash Hegade

    March 15, 2018 at 11:19am

    True that! But I love if the clutter is from books (Which is usually my case. 😛 ).

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      March 16, 2018 at 4:00pm

      Oh … by the way while adding more to the clutter, keep on changing the bottom ones… or else the poor books might be suffering

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  5. thewritewomanblog

    March 15, 2018 at 9:55pm

    Well said, Akhi, I agree. Overcrowding was a big no-no in all our homes so that we can sit down, children can run about and yes we can hear the walls. Our home is the sacred space that we live in, not a museum for the world to come down, watch and make a judgement.

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      March 16, 2018 at 4:00pm

      Yup…let us ensure that our homes are not an exhibition center

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      • thewritewomanblog

        March 19, 2018 at 8:36am

        As much as it would look chic and beautiful, a home should reflect the occupants rather than represent our status.

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  6. Krishna Kumar Lakhotia

    March 17, 2018 at 10:08am

    Nice Article

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  7. Maniparna Sengupta Majumder

    March 21, 2018 at 8:32pm

    I find this very relevant. Nowadays, in the name of space-saving furniture, most of the times the walls of the rooms are occupied…really makes me claustrophobic!

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