If you are serious about inviting committed love into your life, here are four spaces to think about before you start to date:
#1 - The living room: This is the first place you’ll host your date in your home. Make sure that it is neither too anti-social (a single black leather sofa and a giant flatscreen tv) or too delicate (white sofas and glass tables) so that you and your date can comfortably talk and linger.
#2 - The kitchen: Where you prepare and eat your meals says a lot about how you care for yourself and how you wish to care for others. Clean and clear your counters and your dining table and create a space that lets you nourish yourself. Not only does that send potential dates a positive message, but it will also help you to take better care of yourself!
#3 - The bedroom: What does your bedroom say about your commitment level? Is your bed shoved against the wall so that you can only get in from one side? If you’re ready for a partner, then create room for them with a bed built for two. Nothing says “a one night stand” like, well, having only one nightstand.
#4 - The closet: Inviting in someone new means making concessions to that person in your space. If your drawers and closets are already overstuffed, you’re sending the message that there really isn’t any room in your life for anything, or anyone, new.
While the design of your home might not guarantee that you will immediately find your life partner and love, it will make sure that when that person comes along, you'll be ready!