Transform your bedroom into a relaxing space
A bedroom should be your calming oasis. An escape from the noise and frantic nature of everyday living. A tidy bedroom will not just help you calm down and sort your thoughts before having a rest, an uncluttered and neutral bedroom will really help you sleeping better.
We love calming white and grey bedrooms with some additional natural tones. Add interest to it with textures like natural linen bedlinen, sheep skins, fluffy throws, knitted textures and blankets and cushions. Soft lighting completes the look to create a sleep-inducing oasis.
Here are some inspiration pictures we find very relaxing to look at:
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Tips for your bedroom transformation
Go for wall shades that are soothing to your eyes: Try dark blues and greens, grey tones and other neutrals. This creates a calming effect, which can help you relax.
Keep decoration to a minimum: We know its hard. But try to keep decoration to a minimum. Make it meaningful by showcasing elements of your life - frame significant photos and memories. Maybe create picture wall to have one focal point which is a bigger impact and looks more tidy than pictures all over the room.
Make your bed each morning: It only takes 30 seconds and makes all the difference in creating a tidier, cleaner looking bedroom.
Sleep in natural fibre bed sheets: Egyptian cotton, linen or bamboo bed sheets will help keep you cool and dry. Add fluffy throws and cushions for the colder days.
Spend 5 minutes clearing surface space and floor each week: This can prevent stress-inducing pile-ups of magazines, papers and other clutter, hoarding worn clothe on a "THE CHAIR" (we know you have that one chair too, otherwise you are a alien or related to detective Monk)
Vacuum and dust your room every week: This keeps it looking bright, fresh and airy and reduces allergens.
Keep electronics out of the bedroom: If you must have a television, hide it in a cabinet. Keep laptops, smartphones and anything with an LED display in a different room.
Switch to warm yellow bulps: Don’t use bright white or fluorescent bulbs, which create a harsh, less relaxing atmosphere.
Block out light for better sleep: Put up blackout curtains to stop sounds, sun or moonlight getting through while you’re trying to sleep.
Now that everything is in order, it’s time to kick off your shoes (neatly!) close the curtains, put your feet up and relax in your new soothing, stress-free comfort zone. Who is ready for a nap?
Do you feel inspired to change your bedroom but don't know where to start? Please contact us, we can help transforming your bedroom or any other room you always wanted to change!