Create Your Own Blissful Bedroom

Create your blissful bedroom

Your bedroom should be the room of the house where you go to relax and leave all your worries on the other side of the door. If you feel like you are overly stressed and life is getting on top of you, there are plenty of bedroom upgrades – both big and small – which you can undertake to make all the difference. Improve your sleep and general wellbeing by trying out some of the ideas and suggestions listed in this article to create your own blissful bedroom.

 

 

Create Your Own Blissful Bedroom-Bed

 

 

Create Your Own Blissful Bedroom

 

 

 

Start with Your Bed

 

Of all the things that are prime for an upgrade in this room of the house, your bed is the perfect starting point. Start off with your mattress as this makes such a difference to the quality of your sleep. You should look to upgrade this every few years. A useful short-term fix is to flip it over to the other side. Next, choose some soft sheets which will leave you feeling comfortable all night long. Finally, choose some pillows, cushions, throws, and anything else you need for a great night’s sleep. This is a great start to creating a blissful bedroom.

 

Create Your Blissful Bedroom- Pillows

 

 

Light of Your Life

 

The lighting in your room can have a big impact on your mood, so it is worth taking a closer look at different fixtures, colors, and tones. First and foremost, you want to let as much natural light into your room as possible, so keep your windows clean and unblocked. Give yourself some alternative lighting sources like lamps so that you can easily change the brightness in the room. A dimmer switch is also an effective way of doing this.

 

Soft ambient light portrays a warm romantic mood where a bright, white light portrays more brightness and crispness.

 

Create Your Blissful Bedroom- White lights

 

 

Smells, Sounds, and Textures

 

Relaxation and mood are heavily associated with smell. So you could use some scented candles or an aromatherapy diffuser to create the effect you are looking for. If you prefer a more natural approach, why not introduce some fresh flowers into the room? As for the sounds, a Bluetooth speaker allows you to put on any music you would like easily from your phone. Generally, you want the textures in the room to be soft and comforting, so check out a residential carpet company if you are looking for underfoot comfort. It is these sort of details which make a big difference in creating a blissful bedroom.

 

Create Your Blissful Bedroom-Candles

 

 

 

The Things You Love

 

If your walls are looking a little bare and boring, fill them up with your favorite artwork or some photos which remind you of good times. Rather than just going for generic decorative items that you would find in any home store, you should instead choose items which are highly personalized to you.

 

Stick with a theme of sorts. Tropical, floral or abstract themes are often used in bedrooms. Pick your theme and follow that theme throughout the room. From the comforter or bedspread to the curtains and wall art. It brings a cohesive feel to the room.

 

 

Create Your Blissful Bedroom-Theme

 

 

Declutter

 

The last point involved in creating a blissful bedroom is making sure that it is kept as free of clutter as possible. Be ruthless when you are looking for the things which you no longer need. Get rid of anything that you don’t use on a regular basis. Your bedroom should be the most clutter-free room of the house. This is where you come to relax, free of stress.     

 

Donate any useful items and leave room for open space in your bedroom. A cluttered bedroom is not a stress-free room. The less you have the better you will feel when you are in there.

 

With the right elements you can create your own blissful bedroom.

 

 

Have you created your blissful bedroom? What are some of the ways you have done so? Please share your comments below.

 

 

About the author

I'm a mama to four and grandma to six. Yankee born with a love of the south. I love old-fashioned ways with modern thinking. I'm a homesteader, gardener, blogger. I enjoy “from scratch” cooking, consider myself a crafty do-it-yourselfer, and animal rescuer.

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