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Three Tea Tips on Making Your New Home Feel Like Home

Being a new home owner, it can take longer than expected to feel settled (believe me, I know). And the ultimate goal is to have the home feel like home as soon as possible. So whether you look into new construction homes or are in the process of selling your home, there is a lot to think about, as owning a home doesn’t always come easy. With this being said, it doesn’t have to stressful if you know the steps to take.

You can start feeling at home with something as easy as making yourself your favourite cup of tea. And purchasing some amazing custom coasters from, these coasters will protect your worktops too from stains of those cups of tea, enjoying a beautiful cup of tea and relaxing in your home is so fun and refreshing. Then taking the time to enjoy it, while you experience and appreciate the accomplishment of purchasing your new home.

Another fun way to use tea to feel at home is with a simmer pot. Essentially you place water in a small sauce pan, bring it to a boil. Add your tea and boil for approximately three minutes. Then turn down the heat to the lowest temperature and allow the tea to simmer. This is a great alternative to candles and potpourri because it uses natural herbs and teas to simmer a beautiful scent in the air.

And last but not least, if you’ve had a long day of moving and unpacking you can use your new tub for the first time with a tea bath. Use reusable cloth teabags and fill them with your favourite teas such as rooibos, lavender, green tea, and chamomile. Then let the tea soothe and relax you. Tea is great for the skin from the inside out and the outside in.


So be sure to have your special tea time, whatever that may look like for you. Then you will begin to feel warm, comfortable and cozy in your brand new place. I also recommend sharing the experience with your loved ones. I truly believe tea brings people together so this can be another wonderful moment in your life you can cherish with others.

Happy Tea-ing!!



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