Small Interior Changes To Your Bedroom Can Do Wonders For Your Sleep

Although we have minimal scheme throughout and the majority of the decorating is completed, it still feels as if some rooms lack finishing touches. Our bedroom is the main focus for us at the moment as we both want to create a space that oozes tranquillity and calmness, but also create a space that we feel comfortable, relaxed in to help get a good night's sleep. So perhaps a couple of small changes in your bedroom can do wonders for your sleep.

1// A Good Mattress is the Essential.

A good night's rest may be as simple as getting a new mattress. If your mattress is too lumpy, hard, or soft, it will keep you up all night trying to get comfortable. Both my husband and I have different needs when it comes to sleep and a mattress so it can be difficult to get a good balance. There are many different types of mattresses, such as foam, spring, adjustable, waterbeds, and even an airbeds. Have you ever thought about all the things you need to consider when buying a mattress? 

2// It's a Sheet Thing.

I don't know about you, but the best way to end any day is getting into fresh bed sheets. Have you ever noticed you tend to sleep better? Did you know that buying brand new bed sheets every two years can do amazing things for your sleep, so we have been buying lots of new sheets and duvet sets over the last few weeks. Bedding needs to be changed weekly for two people or every two weeks for one person. So fresh new bedding improve your personal hygiene and sleep, and who doesn’t love the feeling of climbing into a freshly made bed with clean sheets? When choosing your sheets always go for a cotton material as they are cool and lightweight, with natural fibres making it breathable. 

3// A Colour Can Change An Atmosphere.

Believe it or not but the colour of a room can actually have an effect with sleep. Colour has a powerful effect on our mood, and our mood in turn affects our ability to sleep. And no one wants bad sleep. If you’re trying to create a serene space, opt for a muted blue, which is considered the most calming shade. Keep the colours simple; go dark, go light but never use bright colours. Often colours such a bright red, orange or bright pink can often increase brain activity preventing you from switching off at night. Personally we always go for dusty tones, our room colour is duck egg, silver and cream. The perfect colours for a good night's sleep.

4// Plants Look Good, But They Are Also Great For Your Health.

Yes, adding a few plant to your bedroom d├ęcor can do wonders for your sleep. I know right? We have a few plants around our home so it does make complete sense to add some into our bedroom. An array of greenery throughout the home gives your home an instant botanical feel and make you think of embracing the outdoors. Plants in the home has become one of the biggest design trends over the past few years. People crave bringing a bit of the outside in, from big statement fern trees to tiny succulents and even arrangements of herbs in a kitchen window sill. The best plants to put in your room are Jasmine, Snake Plant, Lavender, Peach Lily, and Aloe Vera.

The bedroom is our happy place. It’s the place that we can unwind and relax for a quiet moment. So, the bedrooms should be the epitome of relaxation to ensure a good night's sleep. By make a few changes to your bedroom can make all the difference to your life and more importantly their sleeping pattern. 

Do you have any tip to get a better night sleep?