Bedroom Ideas to Help You Experience Your Best Sleep

Published: Last Updated: Oct 23, 2022

Is your bedroom an oasis of relaxation or a cramped and cluttered space that feels more like a jail cell than a haven for rest and rejuvenation? If you’re not sure, don’t worry – we’re here to help.

 

Here are five telltale signs that your bedroom is in dire need of a makeover.

 

Is Your Bedroom Cluttered?

If your bedroom is anything like ours, it’s probably crammed full of clothes, shoes, books, and other miscellaneous items that have no business being in there. But instead of dealing with the mess, we just shut the door and pretend it doesn’t exist. Big mistake. A cluttered bedroom can negatively impact your sleep quality, so make an effort to declutter on a regular basis. Use baskets or storage bins to corral items that don’t belong and invest in some furniture with hidden storage (like an ottoman with a removable lid) to stash items out of sight.

Uncluttered Bedroom

Is Your Bedroom Is Too Bright?

Do you wake up in the middle of the night feeling like you slept through a nuclear bomb blast? If so, chances are your bedroom is too bright. Even though we tend to think of light as soothing and calming, too much light can actually be disruptive to our sleep patterns. To achieve the perfect balance, invest in some blackout curtains or shades for your windows and ditch any electronics that emit blue light (like your TV, laptop, and smartphone) at least 30 minutes before bedtime. You should also consider using a salt lamp or investing in some LED fairy lights to create a soft and relaxing ambiance in your room.

Darken Your Bedroom

 

Is Your Bedroom Is Too Hot or Cold?

temperature plays a big role in how well we sleep, so it’s important to find the perfect balance for your bedroom. Depending on your climate and personal preferences, that ideal range might be anywhere from 60-67 degrees Fahrenheit. Use a thermostat to regulate the temperature in your bedroom and dress accordingly – layers are your friend! In the summer months, ceiling fans can also help keep things cool and comfortable. Just be sure not to point the fan directly at your bed – the circulating air can dry out your sinuses and disrupt your sleep.

Bedroom with warm blankets 

 

Is Your Mattress Is Uncomfortable?

We spend about one-third of our lives asleep, so it stands to reason that we should have a comfortable place to do it! If your mattress is lumpy, saggy, or otherwise uncomfortable, it’s time for an upgrade. Don't scrimp when it comes to your bed. When shopping for a new mattress, always take comfort levels into account – firmness is important but you also don’t want something that feels like sleeping on a board. Understand the technology the matress has on offer and be sure to select one that has a return policy - if it's not right don't stick it out. Once you find the perfect mattress, pair it with some high-quality sheets and pillows for added comfort. Silk is known to promote better sleep due to it's ability to regulate temperature.

Soft Feeling Mattress

 

Is Your bedroom decor Inviting?

Making your bedroom more inviting is a great way to improve your sleep quality. One easy way to do this is by including plants. Not only do they add some life and color to the room, but they also help purify the air. You can also use neutral colors to create a relaxing atmosphere, and framing your bed with a rug can help define the space. Adding warm lighting can also make it feel more cozy, and ditching any distractions like Netflix can help you relax and fall asleep faster.

Bedroom Decor for sleep

 

A good night’s sleep is essential for both our physical and mental health, so it’s important to create a bedroom environment that facilitates restful slumber. By following these simple tips, you can transform your bedroom into an oasis of relaxation where you can finally get the deep REM sleep you deserve!