Designers Share Some Advice to Make Your Bedroom More Relaxing
Your bedroom is where you spend time regenerating, resetting, refreshing. But while we’re social-distancing and, thus, spending more and more time indoors, our rooms can feel less and less like a special sanctuary, and which creates feelings of claustrophobia and restlessness for us. Thus, here are some tips from interior designers on how to refresh and give a new look to your bedroom to avoid such a stressful lifestyle.
First and foremost, you should make sure your bedroom is clean. It’s not just better hygienically and aesthetically speaking, but it can also be less stressful.
With a clean, fresh space, there’s less to overwhelm your senses.
You can also slightly refresh the walls of your bedroom by repainting them in a pleasant color. Of course, this is not an easy and quick task to do, thus if you don’t want to start such a big job, we advise you to wash the walls at least to refresh the color of the walls.
Keep pillow cases fresh. Even taking off a pillow case and simply letting it air out if you don’t have access to laundry machines can make it feel more fresh and help reset things a bit.
Keep items in the bedroom that bring actual value for you, as we’re probably better off having fewer but more meaningful things in the room. With that in mind, some good things to to keep in your bedroom could be “a stack of books that we’ve been meaning to read (or re-read): or a framed photograph of people and/or places we love.
Wrap your in something that actually makes your skin feel nice. Allowing yourself to have other sensory experiences that help you focus on physical comforts and bring you outside of your head can make such a difference inn your mindset and mood.