Bedroom comfort is at the top of the list for designs that need to be conducive to relaxation. After all, if you are like most people, you probably live a very busy and chaotic life. The good news is, you can improve this space by following a few good suggestions.
To help you along, here are some questions to ask yourself to decide if it’s time for you to take your bedroom comfort to a new level.
How is Your Bedroom Comfort Level?
Do You Struggle to Get Adequate Sleep?
The average adult needs between seven and nine hours of sleep each day for optimum performance and well-being. If you have issues sleeping, then this is a definite sign that your room isn’t conducive to a good night’s sleep.
There are several reasons for this. One of the biggest culprits is your bed and mattress. If it is old, low-quality, or at all uncomfortable, then an update is necessary. If this is the case, I recommend that you try a power bed frame, which allows you to adjust your position which will help you get a better night’s sleep than you’ve ever before experienced.
In addition to the bed, the way that you design the space also impacts your overall sleep patterns. If you have many complex patterns or bold, vibrant colors, they might cause excessive stimulation for your brain which makes it hard to sleep. Instead, choose warm or neutral, soft colors, along with the right lighting to help you relax and get to sleep faster.
Do You Avoid Spending Time in Your Bedroom?
While your bedroom is considered a functional room, it also needs to be a place where you enjoy spending downtime. The goal is to make your room an amazing oasis within your home for your own personal get-away from the world.
There are many ways to increase your bedroom comfort level and it might be easier than you think. Take a look at the list below to see if there’s something you can incorporate to increase your relaxation.
- Layer plush comforters and pillows.
- Declutter the room for a clean, serene feeling.
- Add a diffuser for aromatherapy or burn incense.
- Ad an overstuffed chair, ottoman, and a reading lamp.
- Install dimmer switches to easily adjust lighting.
- Turn off all blue light devices before bedtime.
If the only time you care to go into your bedroom is to go to sleep, then that’s a strong indication that this space is simply not inviting. At this point, it’s definitely time to enhance this space so you can fall in love with it once again.