5 Bedroom Improvements That Will Improve Your Mood

We spend at least 8 hours a day in our bedroom, so it’s only fair to alter the feel and look of your room every 6 months. Contrary to popular assumptions, changing furniture, organizing, and modernizing bedroom improvements are inexpensive and simple. Use these five simple methods to modernize your bedroom and make it more welcoming so you can rest and relax after a long day at work.

Redesign The Walls

A new coat of paint on the walls may instantly improve the look of the area. Changing the color of your walls may completely transform the look and feel of a room. You can also use stickers or wallpaper on your walls. To create a romantic vibe, use earthy colors like ruby red, brown, or raspberry pink, or a relaxing color like blue. So, it’s up to you to create a bold or subtle alteration.

If you can’t paint or wallpaper a wall, art is a terrific alternative. With a single striking piece or a gallery wall, artwork can add color, personality, and style to a space. Finding the proper art for your home can be difficult. Wallbeds also offers an interesting new look to your bedroom, especially if you can’t decorate.

5 Bedroom Improvements That Will Improve Your Mood

Buy a New Bed Set

Replacing and upgrading old bed linen instantly improves your bedroom. This is one of the easiest methods to rapidly refresh a dull-looking area, especially if you are a seasoned decorator. Cotton is a natural material, which means that when weaved into a bedding set, it makes the fabric breathable. Cotton also absorbs and retains body heat, keeping you cool in summer and toasty in the winter.

Accessorize The Space

Accessories such as candles, mirrors, and lighting can make a unique atmosphere in a room. Lavender-scented candles might help you relax before bedtime. To relax and sleep, I choose vegan and soy-based candles like Neroli and Chamomile. The correct lighting also helps you relax. If you can, avoid bright fluorescent lighting. You can add new wall art or share memories by placing photo frames around the area. Or put a mirror in your bedroom to make it appear larger. You can even alter the shade of your nightstand lamp to match your new bedspread or wall color.

The coastal-themed decor may provide tranquility and beauty to your bedroom. Beach-inspired accessories are stylish and attractive without being overbearing, adding a relaxing vibe to your personal space.

Create a No-Tech Bedroom

Studies show that turning off electronics an hour before night helps the body rest. Electronic devices such as tablet devices are claimed to produce blue light, which is considered to disrupt sleep. Prevent sleeplessness by avoiding computer and phone use before night. Instead, read a book, listen to a soothing podcast, or conduct 40-minute deep breathing to quiet your mind and prepare your body for sleep.

Change Rugs and Throws

Rugs and throws may make a space feel cozier and more comfortable, especially in the winter. This is also an inexpensive way to change the look of your room. A rug on wood or tiled flooring adds warmth and comfort. During the summer, you can make the rug thinner. Rugs add warmth and structure to a bedroom, especially if they are abstract or patterned.

Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an the author of "Getting Laid" and "Getting Baked". A sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky, when she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s making tea and writing about country living and artisan culture.
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