You don't need an excuse to improve your home - even if it's not the place where you spend most of your time, it's probably where you spend your most important time.
It's your place to relax, to socialise, and to sleep, so work out which areas of your home are most important to you, and make them the best that they can be.
1. A Sanctuary to Sleep In
Whatever else you do in or out of your home, it's still the place where you sleep - and there should be nothing better than arriving back to your own bed after a holiday or a weekend away.
If your bed just doesn't do itself justice, consider an upgrade - Natural Mat offer organic mattresses are great for environmentally conscious people, literally making it easier for you to sleep at night.
Volga Linen can add the necessary sheets and pillowcases to your bedding, with high-quality fabrics that will nestle you into your boudoir and carry you away into your dreams.
2. A Kitchen to Cook In
Many of us simply don't see our kitchens as a place to spend much time, instead preferring to stick something in the oven, then go sit in the lounge until serving time.
Reclaim this valuable space in your home by turning it into a place where you want to spend time - add a radio or TV if you need some entertainment, or a table if you can fit one in.
Volga Linen can provide kitchen towels to the same high standards as their bedding ranges, so it's not just the hardware that makes your kitchen somewhere you love to be.
And remember, in both of these areas, your mattress, bedding and towels are all items you can take with you if you decide to move house later, so you're not investing in something you'll lose when you leave the property.
3. Relish your Reception Rooms
If you love entertaining guests, or simply enjoy relaxing in your own comfortable surroundings, it might be worth investing in a statement piece of furniture.
Tom Faulkner designs eye-catching pieces that include chairs, console tables, dining tables and lighting, allowing you to entirely furnish a room in a single style if you wish.
Even a single piece will add a spectacular focal point to any high-culture living space, while bringing you the luxury of a handmade, bespoke element to complement the existing furnishings of your home.
4. Blissful Bathing
The final component in the perfect home is your bathroom - which should be somewhere you can easily wash yourself at the least, and a sanctuary second only to your bedroom at its best.
Make the most of the space at your disposal by considering different shapes of bath or shower - you can choose from spa-like whirlpool tubs and rainstorm-like showers that mimic the natural cleansing effects of a downpour.
Add some simple accessories, such as somewhere to sit while you dry out, and you're already well on your way to creating a blissful bathroom, even before you introduce the scented candles and a well-chilled glass of wine.