One of life’s little luxuries always comes in the form of soft cushions and a mattress that makes you feel like you’re sleeping on clouds. There is no doubt that getting a good night’s rest is one of the best things to look forward to after a long day (that and a delicious home cooked meal of course). Sadly, for some, the bedroom may not always feel like a peaceful, personal sanctuary and more like a disgruntled, stressful mess.
Thankfully, there are ways to bring back comfort into your bedroom and re-claim it once more as your R&R zone. Taking the time to recreate the bedroom will be absolutely worth it. It will help you get a better rest, not to mention keep you at ease even when you’re squeezing in a little more work before bedtime.
First of all, take a survey of your room’s current style and the furniture you already have. You might want to give these a new coat of varnish or a dash of paint depending on the atmosphere you wish to create for your sanctuary. Remove extra clutter with convenient storage units, bookshelves, and cabinets. While it’s common to have a desk in the bedroom, if you do need a desk to work or at least write on, don’t let it be an office desk. You might be less tempted to work when you should be resting. Be creative and help make it blend into the rest of the room.
Softness is an image that is always associated with comfort. Don’t be afraid to play it up. Add hard accents such as brick or wood texture to a wall to make the softer aspects of the room come out better. If you seek a more modern look, though, use the bed as the soft center to your bold bedroom. Ditch the headboard or use one that’s entirely made of cushion. Get down-filled comforters to fluff up the bed.
Finally, don’t forget about comfort when selecting the perfect bed. Make sure that the mattress feels just right. If you’re due for a new one, feel free to check out our selection at our website. We’ve got all kinds of mattresses that are bound to fit your personal preferences.