Probably you have been thinking to make bedroom refresh, but you cannot find the best way to do it?
Keep reading our top four suggestions to decorate your room.
1. Change your bed linen
If you want to give your bedroom a new look, start with your bed. On average, a person spends about 26 years sleeping in his life. Treat yourself with softness, pleasant, luxurious bed sheets.Choose a new cool color scheme: sky blue, lavander, pearl gray, silver gray, lime green, aubergine to brighten and upgrade your mood.
Neutrals-cool colors such as the camel, white, ecru, beige lower blood pressure and heart rate to help ensure a proper night’s sleep.If your room is very colorful with reds, purples, or yellows than consider purchasing a neutral sheet color like white or tan to compliment the theme. If your bedroom is already neutral with blues, whites, tans, or grays, you can choose a brighter sheet set to offset the quieter colors in your room.
What more satisfying than falling into a bed covered with fresh, brand-new bed linen after a long day?
2. Update your lighting
Renew your old-fashioned lightning in a new, stylish and exceptional way! There are many reasonably priced options. If you are handy, you might try a DIY project by your own. Spend some time in thinking how you could use the room and your lightning.
Here are some ideas of DIYs:
3. Personalize your own sitting area
It is not necessary to have a lot of space in your bedroom to create a sitting area. If you cannot fit a large chair, try with a small bench under your window, or make your window with a bench.
4. What about the smell of your bedroom?
Use diffusers, candles, or incense. Lavender is known as a soothing scent. Lakas recommends adding a drop of a lavender essential oil to the light bulb of your reading lamp to help you relax before bed. Avoid lemon and peppermint scents–or use them only in the morning – as they waken the senses. Pay attention to what sensations you feel: “deep relaxation is successful when your skin is in contact with softness, so choose fabrics that are cozy (silks and soft cottons in a high-thread count) and use an area rug if you have hardwood floors-it’s warmer on your feet and reduces noise.
Don’t forget to enhance the effectiveness of these tips by avoiding caffeine several hours before bedtime, finding ways to relieve stress, and snacking on a few of these deep-sleep promoting foods in the evening.
You deserve it …