8 Decorating Ideas for a Good Night's Sleep

Feeling rested in the morning appears to be a virtue only a few get to experience. Most people complain about not getting enough sleep and feeling drained when waking up. Although insomnia may be medical condition, in many cases, sleep deprivation is the consequence of living in insufficient surroundings. It follows that your bedroom’s air may be keeping you from sleeping.

Did you know we ought to spend one third of our lives sleeping? This may sound like a lot, but with hectic and stressful lives, our physical, psychological and psychological wellbeing depend on it. If you are a lacking the needed Zs, here are eight decorating ideas that will assist you get back to the times when sleeping has been a joy, and waking up was exciting.

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Balancing act. To feel balanced and be focused on sleeping, place your bed against a strong wall and facing away from openings such as doors and windows. Use a headboard to create a feeling of stability.

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Bright lights be gone. A relaxing area that can help you fall asleep faster ought to be dark or at the very least use soft lighting. Buy dimmer switches that enable you to control light into your room and turn it off when it’s time to sleep. Minimize lighting. Add blackout liners on draperies to prevent light from interrupting your sleep, something all 5-star hotels practice.

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Clean sweep. Get rid of clutter to give yourself some peace of mind. Remember that during the night, a cluttered bedroom will impact you. Even in the event that you don’t see it, then you know the clutter is not there. Do not place things under or around your bed, and allow the area breathe. Dispose of things that don’t serve a positive purpose and remove distractions like open closets and overflowing dressers.

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Sleepy Colours. A serene and relaxing atmosphere uses silent, muted colors. These colors are comforting and enhance sleep and relaxation. In his room, light colors of periwinkle wrap the bed developing a cozy environment where sleep can be improved. Cool and warm colors and use neutrals to create balance. Soft colors of peach, yellow, blue and green are perfect.

Lose the electronics. Avoid distractions by eliminating all electronics in your room. I understand the craving for watching television, with your notebook and getting your smart phone from the bedroom, but believe me, they simply make matters worse. If you should have a television, conceal it in an armoire. As for your notebook and smart phone, I suggest using them outside the bedroom.

In this picture, there is a feeling of innocence and calm with no electronics in sight. Would you imagine how disruptive a television will be here? Remember, you want to create. Using electronics will change the feeling of the space and sleeping will become increasingly difficult. Disconnect yourself and you will see some consequences.

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All about you. You may decorate your space with style and adhere to the ideas displayed in this ideabook. Pick colors that calm you and components that relax you. Use accessories that serve their purpose but don’t disrupt your sleep. The room in this picture is very calm, and fantastic style was injected by matching a printed throw cushion with a fitting curtain and ottoman. Style does not get in the way of the sleeping here due to no clutter, subtle colors and a solid headboard against a strong wall.

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Smelling clean. Freshly washed linens may make sleeping much more pleasurable. Change your linens at least each week and include a soothing fragrance to them when washing. When it’s time to sleep, the odor and cleanliness of your sheets can help you fall asleep.


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Calming waters. To get a heavenly night’s sleep, then add just a little rosewater from the wash when cleaning your linens. Its disinfecting properties and curative smell can help you sleep like a baby.

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