When your bedroom or bed isn’t that inviting, you’re far less likely to want to get to bed at a reasonable hour. You stay up later but still must rise at the same time to get ready for work on the weekdays. You end up fighting against yourself in this way.
It’s much better to create a pleasant bedroom environment that suits you and any partner you may have in life. It’s easier to relax before going to sleep for sure.
Here are a few ideas for you.
Comfy Mattress and Pillow?
If you find that your mattress is too old and you’re dodging the springs poking through, then it’s long since time for a change. You can enjoy NASA-inspired memory foam to experience floating on air – or at least the feeling of such. Latex foam for people not allergic provides a bouncier floating feeling if that’s preferable. Obviously, a water bed is a possibility but it’s a bit difficult to manage and maintain one. And the old standby, the innerspring mattress is always a good option if you need greater back support or are allergic to foam fillings. Don’t forget pillow top mattresses with a soft top layer to ease you in.
Pillows also need to suit your sleeping position too. Some are angular, others let you sink deep into them and there are also ones that focus on neck support too. Check out bedowl.com for product information if you’re thinking of buying a replacement bed or pillow soon.
Softer, More Controllable Lighting
It pays to think about the lighting in the bedroom. Certainly, you want to have dimmer switches fitted so you can adjust the illumination level. Side table lamps are useful too. The light bulbs can be eco-friendly ones and there are smart ones that you can control from your smartphone without having to get out of bed to adjust the illumination level.
You may want to think about a reading light if you enjoy reading in bed. Also, consider the color of the lighting as all-white lighting in the bedroom can wear on tired eyes and be an unnecessary shock to the system in the morning too.
Some people enjoy having a seating area inside the bedroom. This is useful when sharing the bed with a partner and wanting to get up but not disturb them. It’s possible to relax there, read a book or take little naps without getting into a deep slumber lying in the bed.
The flooring is a consideration for each person. Do you prefer carpeting, wooden flooring or rugs? It’s certainly pleasant to wake up, climb out of bed and put your feet on a sheepskin rug. Cold wooden floors are not always ideal, especially when coming out of the shower to the bedroom. If the flooring doesn’t make the bedroom feel cozy, it may be time for a change.
Ultimately, whatever will make the bedroom feel cozier is worth updating. It doesn’t take much to make some adjustments to enhance your enjoyment when spending time in the bedroom. Also, if you have one, don’t forget to ask your partner for suggestions as they’ll probably have some cool ideas too.Tammie~
Great tips, making it spacious is good too