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How to make your bedroom ultra cozy

Your bedroom should be the coziest room in your house, designed to help you unwind and relax so that you get the best night’s sleep possible. Here are some great ways to achieve that 

Many of us sacrifice comfort for aesthetics, not realizing that you can have the best of both worlds. There are many ways you can include cozy vibes while keeping your bedroom stylish.

How to Make Your Bedroom Ultra Cozy

Your bedroom should be the coziest room in your house, designed to help you unwind and relax so that you get the best night’s sleep possible. Many of us sacrifice comfort for aesthetics, not realizing that you can have the best of both worlds. There are many ways you can include cozy vibes while keeping your bedroom stylish.

Add texture

Blankets, pillows, and rugs can make a room seem softer, warmer, and cozier – all you have to do is layer them correctly. Have a plush duvet, a giant, chunky knit blanket, and soft pillows on the bed, all within the same color scheme. On the floor, place a rug that’ll keep your feet warm during the colder months.


Replace your mattress and pillows

You could have the loveliest, coziest bedroom possible, but if your mattress is tired or not the right firmness for you, this can cause great discomfort. See how firm a mattress is needed for your needs. There is a firmness scale, showing which number is best suited for you depending on the support you are wanting.

The same goes for pillows. You need to have the correct support for your neck; otherwise, sleeping can cause neck pain and, potentially, permanent health issues.

Create mood lighting

Refrain from using your top light in the bedroom. During the day, make use of natural sunlight, and when the sun is setting, have soft lamps or strings of fairy lights. You could also have spotlights and a dimmer switch – this is ideal for those who are sensitive to light.

Reposition your bed

If you enjoy natural light and love to wake up to the sound of the birds outside, moving your bed close to the window can be a great way to wake up. This is ideal for those that live in secluded locations, as those who live in a city would want to be away from the loud noise.

You may need to reposition your bed a few times before you find the right place for you. Try not to block any doorways or storage areas, and do not block windows as you will want as much natural light as possible.

Use calming colors

Soft pastel color schemes such as greens, blues, and muted browns can help soothe the mind and create a serene and comfortable ambiance. You can pair these colors with natural wooden furniture.

Create an open space

Too much clutter is bad for the brain. It can cause you to become stressed and unable to relax. Have a clean out of all the things you have in your bedroom and either get rid of them or move them into a new room. You want to keep your bedroom free from clutter, as a messy bedroom has been linked to people taking longer to fall asleep and increased tiredness.

Bring nature inside

Add foliage and greenery into your bedroom by having a small plant here and there. You can have something easy to look after like a cactus, place some wildflowers into an apothecary bottle and have fresh flowers in the windowsill. There are many plants that can aid with a good night’s sleep but also with air clarity.

Story by: Trendsideas

29 Feb, 2020

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