Bedroom Décor Ideas To Help You Sleep


There are lots of things that can affect your ability to get a good night’s sleep. The décor of your bedroom is just one factor that can make a difference – by making a few small improvements, you could turn your bedroom into the perfect sleep environment. Here are just several décor ideas to help you sleep.

Choose calming colours

Certain colours have a more calming effect than others. The most classic example of a calming colour is blue – it reminds many people of the sky and the sea and so has a peaceful feel to it. Violet, green, grey and tan are other calming hues. Selecting such a paint scheme could help you to fall asleep more easily. Warm colours like yellow, orange and especially red should be avoided as they tend to make us feel more energetic.

Keep the sunlight out

Keeping the sunlight out could help you to lie in longer in the mornings. Blackout curtains or blackout blinds can be a great option for keeping the sunlight out. For something a little more stylish, you could even consider installing shutters as found at sites like The Shutter Store. Curtains, blinds, and shutters can be found in all shapes and sizes to fit all types of windows.

Cull the clutter

Too much clutter can stress out the brain, which in turn can make it harder to get comfortable and fall asleep. Make sure that your bedroom isn’t a complete mess and that loose objects have a home. Rather than piling belonging such as jewellery, brushes, and make-up onto your dresser, buy separate containers to keep these items in. Sites like Stackers have a wide range of stylish containers to choose from.

Grow houseplants

Houseplants can be a great addition to the bedroom. They can help to provide a fresh source of oxygen and they may be able to help purify and dehumidify the air, making your bedroom less study. Certain plants may even produce sleep-inducing scents such as jasmine and lavender. You can buy houseplants at sites like Bloom & Wild.

Upgrade your bed/bedding

Changing your bed and bedding is the most practical change you can make to your bedroom when it comes to improving the way you sleep. This can often come down to personal preference. Some people like a nice sturdy bed and a firm mattress, whilst others may prefer something softer and springier. Similarly, when it comes to sheets, some people sweat a lot and prefer cooler and more absorbent materials like bamboo linen, whilst others get cold easily and may prefer thick materials like wool flannel. There may also be other features to consider such as the size of your bed and whether it has a headboard and footboard (some people find these restrictive, whilst others may find that it prevent slipping up or down the bed).

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