How To Design Your Bedroom For a Better Sleep

Make sure your bedroom is your ultimate safe area if you want to get the most out of your sleep. Making a comfy, serene environment dedicated to sleep is essential to help you sleep better.

Invest in a quality mattress

When was the last time you replaced your mattress? A mattress should be replaced every seven to ten years, but it’s also crucial to pay attention to your body before that Remember, a good mattress can improve your sleep and thus improve your health. Do your research and take your time looking for a mattress, don’t forget it’s something you spend every night on so consider factors such as size, sleeping style, and support level.

Pay attention to linens

The right bedding is essential for restful sleep and room decor, but with so many options it can be difficult to choose. Instead, consider what would be most comfortable for your particular sleeping preferences.

According to the Better Sleep Council, a temperature of about 65 degrees is ideal for most people to fall asleep at. Try cooling sheets like percale or linen if you “run hot,” and something warmer like flannel if you “run cold”.

Layer your lighting

Finding strategies to reduce unnecessary bedroom lighting at night will make it simpler to fall asleep. We would advise lightweight Roman shades or curtains in a gorgeous fabric with a blackout lining!

Consider layering your lighting among numerous light sources rather than opting for a single overhead light fixture that can overwhelm your bedroom. Use a variety of low-wattage, warmer-bulb wall sconces, ceiling lights, and table lamps to fill your bedroom with a warm, inviting glow that you can adjust to suit your requirements. To turn things down a notch, dimmers and smart lamps that react to voice or mobile app instructions are beneficial in the bedroom.

Bring in calming scents

Your ability to fall asleep may benefit from having the correct scents in your bedroom, did you know that the right scent can provide a tranquil atmosphere for restful sleep? According to studies, aromatherapy with essential oils like lavender can aid in relaxation and facilitate a restful night’s sleep.

Chamomile and cedar scents are also great to bring into the bedroom for their stress- and anxiety-relieving properties.

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