7 Secrets to Creating A Tranquil Bedroom

Posted by on April 24, 2019 in News Flash with 0 Comments

Every room in your home is a hub of some activity. The kitchen is abuzz with cooking, the living room is where the family gathers to laugh and enjoy some entertainment, and the bathroom is designed to cater to hygiene needs. The bedroom is the one household space where you should enjoy some peace and comfort. It should be a serene place where you can retreat from the hustle and bustle of the day and find some time for yourself to feel calm, relaxed, and revitalized. Below are several tips on how you can change your bedroom into a peaceful sanctuary.

1) Go for A Luxurious Bed

A luxurious bed speaks of nothing short of comfort and relaxation. You should invest in a quality mattress that will provide adequate support. Make the right investment, and you will be investing in enjoy a good night’s sleep every time you jump into bed take a look at the best mattresses 2019. Such a mattress will not see you way your eight hours of sleep tossing and turning. Remember to flip the mattress are per the manufacturer’s instructions to that you can maintain its firmness from corner to corner.

If you do not have the money for a new one, then you can get a mattress topper to help enhance the support and comfort of the old mattress. Once you sort the mattress issue, you then should focus on getting soft sheets, a thick comforter and/or a warm blanket, shams, accent pillows, and a throw blanket.

2) Evoke A Sense of Calm

Cool hues are the ideal option when thinking of making a room feel peaceful and relaxing. For instance, a soft blue colour will make the bedroom exude the relaxing feeling of being around calm waters. Light lime green on the drapes, white furniture, ornate touches on the bed’s headboard, and patterned sheets will help spark some intensity into the room without them being too loud or grabbing too much attention.

So, you should consider a colour palette that has a range of hues of blue or green and you can complement them with grey and white. Keep in mind that your objective is not to make the bedroom too bright. Work with mid-tones that mildly captivate the eye. If you want to introduce some bid of dark shades, then use pewter gray, navy blue or hunter green.

3) Introduces Nature’s Green

Having a plant or two in the bedroom can help diversify the overall décor effect. Living plants will help bring in another type of life other than that humans. Moreover, green growth also evokes some tranquility while offering some health benefits. Make the right choice, and you will find plants that can accent that enhance the aesthetics of your bedroom décor and setting. Some of the top options include Chinese evergreen, peace lily, pothos, and syngonium. You will, however, need to care for your green life; feed them, allow them to enjoy natural sunlight, and water the plans weekly.

4) Use Soft Lighting

Having adequate lighting in the bedroom is essential, but the need for light should not see you overdoing things. What you need is enough lighting for your night-time routines such as reading or setting the right mood. Consider installing a special dressing area where the light can be a bit high and have the other lighting features across the room installed with dimmers and 3-way bulbs. With such fixtures, you can turn down the lights so that they are low enough to help you relax without placing too much strain on your eyes.

5) Ditch the Electronics

The comforts of your bedroom can have you thinking of playing a couple of games on your phone before you drift off to slumber land, or you may be tempted to bring your laptop to bed to get some work done. For some people, having a TV in the bedroom reduces the hustle of having to watch their favourite shows all the way in the living room. Such comforts may be done with good intent, but these electronics are the reason why many people have difficulties falling asleep immediately they jump into bed. If you believe that you need these electronic devices in your bedroom, then ensure that they go off an hour before you decide to sleep.

6) Clean the Clutter

A mess space can never be a relaxing environment. Create more space by organizing the room, and it will feel restful. Clear out the clutter; start by getting rid of things that you do not use or need. Also, ensure that everything has designated storage space or a place it belongs. Avoid filling the bedroom with too many collectibles and artwork. Keep it to a minimum so that the room exudes a personality. Use simple designs and small touches. You can include some treasured pieces and a few photos that you can look at and help you feel good when you need an emotional “pick me up.”

7) Treat Your Senses

Soothe your senses and you will help your mind, body, and spirit to relax. You can achieve this by introducing some sensory delights into the bedroom. For instance, you can bring in a few scented candles and light them up an hour before you decide to jump into bed and remember to blow them out before you fall asleep. A vase of fresh flowers, or even a sound machine that snuffs out the outside noises. Such additions will turn your bedroom into that one place in your home that you always will look forward to enjoying after a tiring and stressing day.

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