A lot of us lead stressful and hectic lives, with a lot of things going on. Your home, and especially your bedroom, should be a quiet place that provides peace and relaxation after a long, stressful day.
Go for earthy colors
Soft tones such as white, grey, shades of beige or pink beige creates a sense of calmness. Make sure the colors of the textiles match the walls and floor.
Great storage solutions, with enough room for all your clothes minimize the stress of an overly cluttered space. Mornings will also be a lot calmer when you don’t have to run around searching for the clothes you want to wear.
Choose natural soft colored fabrics
Curtains and other fabrics help make the sound ambience in the room cozier and softer. Curtains also bring a sense of intimacy and block air draughts. Natural fabrics like linen and wool provide a light and comfortable feeling.
Make the lights dimmable
Lights play an important part in making your space relaxing and harmonious. Avoid harsh, florescent lights and go for lights that are dimmable. Keep a few different light sources, some cozy, decorative lighting and an adjustable reading light by the bed.
Remove electronic devices
Keep your bedroom free from distractions, such as a TV, computer and if you want to take it one step further you can even make your bedroom a mobile phone free zone. Hide wires and cables if possible.
Add some green plants
Plants are natural air cleansers, and they provide oxygen. Perfect for a good night’s sleep! Pick plants without disturbing scents that doesn’t require special maintenance.
Add extra pillows and blankets
Some extra pillows and blankets gives your bed that look that makes you want to jump right in it the minute you see it.