The kitchen is often the busiest room in the house, but the bedroom is definitely the most important. The entire mood and ambience of your house are determined by just how comfortable the bedroom is. More importantly, the way your bedroom is designed will greatly affect the quality of your sleep and just how comfortable you are in the evening.
Turning your bedroom into the perfect sleep sanctuary is not as difficult as you think. By following these five tips we are about to discuss in this article, you too can have a warm, comfortable, and beautiful bedroom. Let’s get started, shall we?
Add a Soft Rug
One of the simplest things you can do to make your bedroom more comfortable is adding a soft and plush rug beside or around the bed itself. Imagine waking up in the middle of a cold night or winter morning and be instantly shocked by the cold floor; that’s far from comfortable.
With a soft rug, you also get that comfy feeling when you step out of your bed or step into the room. Find a rug that isn’t only soft, but also has a good texture and colour to it.
Design Around the Bed
How your bedroom feels depends on the way it is designed. The colours you add to the space, the lighting setup you incorporate, and even the accessories you introduce to the bedroom all play important roles. What you don’t want is a bedroom that feels cluttered or full.
The way to do that is by starting with the bed itself. Choose a bed and bed frame that suits your needs and design the room around them. Another approach you can take is choosing one or two colours and sticking with them.
Bedding and accessories that you add to the bed itself are also worth tweaking if you want to improve the quality of your sleep. Adding fine linen and quilt cover is definitely what you need to do. Pick up decorative quilt covers to also make the bedroom more beautiful at the same time.
Aside from bedding, you should also be picky with the pillows you use. You can add up to six pillows to the bed, depending on how you want to use them. What you don’t want to do is add pillows that are only there for decorative purposes. Removing them is one more (unnecessary) step you have to complete before you can get a good night sleep.
Change the Lighting
The one aspect that you don’t want to neglect is lighting. The way your bedroom is lit at night greatly affects your quality of sleep. Remove any exposed or direct light sources that are too strong for use in the evening.
You can now replace them with smart lights that can be dimmed or adjusted in different ways. It is also a good idea to use concealed light to keep the bedroom sufficiently lit, but not so bright that it reduces the quality of your sleep.
Make It Smart
Speaking about smart lights, it is also a good idea to turn your bedroom into a smart room. You can, for instance, program the light to get brighter as it gets closer to the morning. Another benefit of adding a smart home system is being able to keep the room temperature controlled throughout the night.
These are simple tweaks that you can do without breaking the bank, but they are tweaks that will make sleeping and waking up in the morning a completely different experience. Turning your bedroom into the perfect sleep sanctuary is easy now that you know exactly what to do to get started.