Sleep Tight: Do’s And Don’ts Of Your Bedroom
The bedroom is an extremely personal space; not only does it act as a sanctuary in your own home, but it also allows you to retain some privacy from the other members of your family. It is also a space where you just lay back, relax and let all the worries of the day simply go. As such, its ambiance and design are extremely important to consider. Further, we’ll be sharing some tips on how you can make your bedroom a more soothing space to be in.
1. Calm, controlled color scheme
The color scheme defines the very ambiance of your bedroom, and in order to have a truly relaxing bedroom interior, you need to lock down on a soothing color palate first. All hues of blue are pretty easy on the eyes, but the lighter shades have an especially tranquil effect on the ambiance. It’s a cool color in general, so its effect on the human psyche is very calming. Other colors that can make your bedroom more relaxing lie in the ‘neutral palate.’ These include beige, oak brown, white, grey and more.
2. Enhancing natural light
The bed is the literal centerpiece of the bedroom, and so it should be as comfortable and as relaxing as possible. You should, therefore, opt for the best mattress and bedcovers. Latex and Memory Foam mattresses are generally used for a more comfortable sleep, and bed sheets with a high thread count are recommended for the softest tactile experience. You can use pillows of several styles and softness to imbue a sense of coziness and comfort in your bedroom designs as well.You can buy those at
4. Customized Artificial Lighting
This is probably the most underrated part of a successful bedroom design, but note that it is definitely essential. Without an ample amount of circulation space, your bedroom will only seem tiny and claustrophobic. So if your space is small, go for compact furniture, wall-backed layouts, and minimal accessories in order to have a mindful ambiance in your bedroom.
So these are some small but useful hacks that can make your bedroom the best and most soothing part of your homes.Take a look for even more ideas to make your bedroom into the perfect sleeping zone.
Andrea Boffo is CEO of