How to Decorate a Relaxing Bedroom

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Our bedroom is a tranquil place where our body and soul seek solace at the end of every tumultuous day.

 While most other rooms in the house are engaged in a constant flurry of activities around the clock, it is the bedroom that is designed to comfort and relax you by inviting you to have a good night’s sleep. 

As an Adobe to unwind and revitalize the energy lost over the course of the day, our bedroom always has scope for improvement in the form of decorations in order to make it more relaxing. 

Here are a few ways you can set the right mood in your bedroom to make it the perfect decompressor!

 

  • Invest in a quality mattress and a comfortable bed:

 

Your bed is the vessel that will take you on a journey to the dreamy land of tranquility. Hence, it is the most essential part of the bedroom and the first thing to focus on, when you wish to make your bedroom a relaxing haven. Nothing oozes calm inviting vibes like comfortable, adjustable beds. They give you the luxury to control your postures and the way everything is set up on the bed. Another important element is the mattresses.  You won’t understand the value of a quality mattress until you’ve experienced sleeping in one. Adjustable beds and quality mattresses are the perfect pair to compliment your sleep. 

 

  • Soothing color schemes:

 

The most relaxing bedrooms are decorated in cool colors that induce calm. the best choices are shades of green and blue, followed by gray. Bright tones should be avoided as they work the eyes too hard. Even the adjustable beds should be covered in similar colors. You can go for dark but restful walls and chalky, deep shade of blue, green, or gray can be very restful. 

 

  • Textures and Patterns can work wonders:

 

A single pattern scattered across the room can add charm to your sleeping area.  Patterns have the ability to add lots of interest without detracting from the peacefulness of the room.

Textures can work great too but mixing and matching to attain the perfect symmetry is the way to go. Incorporating textures also add a sense of coziness in the room. 

 

  • No work zone:

 

We know your adjustable beds can reshape to get you in a sitting position comfortable enough to work on your laptop or files all night long, but working in the domain of sleep is a strict no-no. It is understandable that sometimes work follows you home from the office and taking it to the sleep station is natural for many, but working and stressing out in the bedroom completely spoils the setup, and so does having a work desk in the bedroom. 

 

  • Ditch the Electronics:

 

In the 21st century of overindulgence and complete dependency on technology, ditching the electronics in the bedroom might seem like a crazy and impossible idea. Everything from laptops, TV, PlayStation and even the darling phone needs to be kept out for a sound sleep. 

 

  • Minimalistic Pleasures:

 

Your bedroom needs to stay clutter free for a clutter free mind. Take it down a notch with minimal decor and make sure you have enough space to walk around freely. The best way to maximize your space is by elevating things off of the floor and adding shelves as well as storage compartments. 

 

  • One for the senses:

 

Soothing the senses has positive results to attain a relaxed body and mind. Sensory delights in the form of lights, flowers, diffusers, and windows can enhance your bedroom experience.

  • Lights

The importance of proper lighting can never be ignored and activities like reading, dressing, and nighttime routines require suitable lighting conditions. But overdoing it the extent of making it intense is not a relaxing experience. Stick with lamps or bulbs with dimmers.

  • Flowers

Flowers in the form of a bouquet in a pretty vase and potted plants can add a degree of freshness to your bedroom. You can also put up artwork depicting flora to elevate this experience and tone up the serenity. 

  • Diffusers

An oil diffuser will help you relax, clear the air, get energy and become happier. They don’t cost a lot and even come in a variety of tranquilizing scents to choose from.

  • Windows

Every bedroom needs an inflow of fresh air regularly. You can never have enough windows in your room. Not only do they provide wonderful views of the outside world, but also are a passage to recycle air in the room. 

These are some of the minor upgrades that anyone can use to transform their bedrooms. From adjustable beds, diffusers, flowers, subtle color schemes, to even the furniture, everything amalgamates together for the perfect relaxing bedroom experience.

 

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