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5 Ways To Make Your Bedroom More Relaxing

Our bedrooms can often be a room that we have very low on the priority list when it comes to furnishing and decorating. After all, only you and your other half get to see that space, it certainly isn’t where you would enjoy a cup of coffee with a friend and gossip about life, is it? However, the bedroom can really have an effect on how you feel in daily life, especially if it seems to be cluttered and messy. A calm and relaxing place to lay your head could help with your mindset moving forward and enable you to wake in the right way. So I thought I would share with you some of the ways you can make your bedroom a calming and relaxing place to be.

Invest in the bed and mattress

One of the first things you need to really think about doing is investing in your bed and mattress. This is where you lay your head at night and if it isn’t comfortable or supportive in anyway then you are going to struggle getting a restful night’s sleep. The bed may not necessarily be the problem, but the mattress is the main thing. This is when websites like can come in handy. They can offer tips and advice on some of the best ones around. Doing this and investing is one of the biggest hurdles to overcome.  

Use calming colors on the wall

The last thing you want is for your ind to be overactive, and color can really do that to you. So choose some calming shades when decorating the walls. You could stick with some neutral colors, or even choose a pastel shade of one of your favorites. It can make a real difference to the space, helping your room to feel clean and crisp instead of dark and closed in.

Get rid of any clutter

Clutter can be a huge problem, so you need to ensure that you keep your room clear of it. After all, a tidy room can help with a tidy mind and clutter can have a serious effect on your mindset. Take time to create storage solutions for things you do need in your home, so that they are out of sight. Pinterest has some great suggestions online.

Keep the room at a decent temperature

Keep the room at a cooler temperature as heat can really affect your sleep. You don’t want to be cold, but allowing some fresh air into your room before you head to sleep can allow it to become a more relaxing place. If you are unsure, websites like

Avoid making it a multi-functional space

Finally, try and avoid making your bedroom a multi-functional space. What I mean by that is a room that can be used for things like ironing clothes, storing clean washing, or even working from your bedroom. At night you will then associate the space with all of those things and it could be affecting the way you relax during your sleep. If you are short on space, allocate somewhere for those things so that they remain out of sight and your bedroom can feel like a relaxing environment.

I hope that these tips help you to create the boudoir of dreams.

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