When it comes to decorating the home, the priority is focussed on the rooms that guests and visitors see, rather than the room that is exclusively your sanctuary: the bedroom. A bedroom is a place that will often be utilised as a dumping ground and a place where clutter collects, unfortunately, this does not promote a good night’s sleep. A messy and cluttered room does not encourage peace and relaxing instead it can leave you stressed stopping you from enjoying restful, quality sleep.
A bedroom is a sanctuary and a haven and should make you feel relaxed and encourage you to spend time there to chill out and prepare for bed. Relaxation will mean many things to different people but to help you have a restful night’s sleep, here are some of the best design ideas that will help you to feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a night in your tranquil and beautifully designed bedroom.
Get Back To Nature
There is nothing more peaceful and inspiring than nature and the great outdoors. Fortunately, there are many ways that you can enjoy an organic nature-inspired interior design in the comfort of your own home. Wood cladding creates an inviting outdoors atmosphere that is cosy and rustic thanks to the smooth and rich tones that natural wood creates. With +Timber you can get real wood walls and ceilings, with the range of wood cladding planks.
+Timber is easy to install in any room with its innovative peel, stick and create technology. In mere moments, you can transform your bedroom into a romantic and comfortable haven that makes the most of nature and gives you the benefit of the great outdoors while relaxing in your cosy and snug bed.
The worst thing to do before bed is to subject your eyes to blaring bright lights. Bright lights can disturb your circadian rhythm which helps to regulate your sleep/wake cycle. To prepare your body for bed, you need to create a calming, dark atmosphere which helps your body to realise that it is night time and time for sleeping. Instead of bright overhead lights, opt for lamps with a warm glow or twinkling fairy lights or lanterns.
There are so many different lighting choices that are great alternatives to the bright ceiling lights. Have fun moving lamps and lighting options around the room to create areas of light and shadows which gives a warm glow across the room without being overbearingly bright and uncomfortable for your eyes.
Clutter can be irritating and stressful and does not help you to relax, particularly if you have to tread carefully to get into bed. Instead of clutter, invest in some stylish storage options such as baskets under the bed, linen ottomans or a practical chest of drawers. While you may not be able to get rid of the clutter in the bedroom, you can at least hide the clutter in convenient and sophisticated storage that will instantly give you more space.
An excellent idea to make your bedroom more relaxing and space saving is to create a me-time corner filled with a cosy armchair and footstool (with secret storage compartments). A space like this can help you unwind before bed by curling up with a good book and can also help you to hide any clutter away with ease.