A Bedroom Designed for Sleep

A Bedroom Designed for Sleep

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Boost Your Sleep with a Tastefully-Decorated Bedroom

The interior design of your bedroom can not only have a direct influence on your mood, but also on the amount of sleep you get every night. With as many as 70 million Americans battling to get enough sleep on a regular basis, it may be a good idea to give your dreary bedroom a much-needed makeover. A cluttered room filled with bright lights and endless noise is not going to help you achieve the recommended amount of sleep in any way. The Décor Steals team knows how important it is that your bedroom promotes good sleep and have compiled a few handy interior design tips that will help you make some sleep-inducing changes to your boudoir.

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Repaint your room in cool colors

Your brightly-colored, busy room could be the reason you struggle to fall asleep at night. Over time a number of studies have found that cool, neutral colors are most favorable to sleep. Various shades of blue, green, and even pale yellow are known to bring on relaxation and sleep a lot faster than darker and more vibrant colors. You don’t have to decorate your entire room in a single set of colors but do opt for a tranquil color for your walls. You can always add some character through splashes of color in your bedding, wall art, and even your window coverings. If you check Décor Steals regularly, you may just come across beautifully ruffled bed skirts, farmhouse-inspired pillows, and rustic wall clocks that can all lend immense charm to your room. 

Don’t skimp on your mattress

Your bed, and mattress, in particular, is without a doubt the most important piece of furniture in your bedroom. If your mattress is not comfortable you are going to find yourself rolling around in bed for most of the night, battling to fall asleep. If your trusted mattress has become uncomfortable with noticeable lumps, bumps and other signs of deterioration, it is more than likely too old and in desperate need of replacing. On average, a quality mattress should be replaced every eight to ten years to ensure that you continue to sleep happily at night. Once you have a beautiful bed and comfy mattress you can start searching for bedding, pillows, and cushions to completely transform your bed into your own personal gateway to dreamland.

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Don’t clutter your room

When we redecorate it is very easy to get carried away and overdo it with clashing colors and countless decorative trinkets. Unfortunately, despite your good intentions, clutter may contribute to your sleep deprivation. Not only does an overfull room cause anxiety which directly influences your ability to sleep, but it also has a negative effect on the air quality in the room. Try to keep the furniture and decorations to a minimum and try to give your room a thorough clean to prevent any dust and dirt from building up.

Decorating your room in a tasteful manner that will promote adequate amounts of sleep is vital for your health and well-being. Décor Steals strive to include bedroom accessories in the deals regularly so be sure to keep an eye out for amazing deals on sought-after items.



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