The highlight of your personal space – i.e. your entire home – is the bedroom, the room where you rest and fill your batteries for the next day.
The bedroom is like a temple, so it requires the highest degree of attention when it comes to arranging and decorating it.
After all, it’s for your own good and best comfort.
You could have every item on this list but your bedroom wouldn't be complete without a perfect mattress. After all, if you're not getting enough quality sleep, you can't fully appreciate a beautiful room.
It must definitely look great, but first, it should be good for your back and overall rest. We suggest choosing a mattress and foundation height based not just on your bed frame and headboard, but also the height of your night tables and window sills.
The whole thing revolves around the bed, but for a general good vibe, every bedroom must have a theme, even if we’re talking about a lid or an adult. In the case of a little kid, it's the first thing s/he will consider when putting together their first bedroom, but adults tend to shy away from decorative themes. But even when it's not Spiderman or Princess-powered, a theme can be a powerful unifying device, not to mention calming. For instance, stripes are used throughout to create a streamlined yet funky touch, but there’s an infinity of variations, according to your personal taste.
Besided all that, you also need a place to sit that's not the bed. A good spot to sit down will serve you well when you're reading or need to have a conversation with your partner. It's also great for putting on shoes, or checking email so you can leave tech out of your bed.
One of the golden rules of bedrooms is “no tech in sight”! The bedroom is about resting and relaxation. What do you need when you're sleeping? Definitely not a smartphone, a tv set, or anything similar. It will keep you up later than necessary and consequently keep your minding churning longer before you can drift off to sleep. It's hard, especially in an increasingly-connected world, but if you leave your i-everything at the door you'll be happier.
What else you might need? A nightstand, of course. The combination of a carafe of water, a great book, a plant or flower, and lamp is essential for your comfort. So as you're putting your own "kit" together, don't feel like it has to be stunning to be perfect. The more idiosyncratic and "you" it feels, the better it will work and the more it will be a testament to your personal style.
And, as a final touch, the rug and the curtains are not to be ignored. The best way to welcome a new day is to get out of the bed and step on a soft, warm, fluffy, thick rug (instead of a cold floor), that will bless your soles and give you the impression that your day will be fine.
As for curtains, again, they must offer you the amount of light that you need for a good sleep. They should be thick, in a relaxing color, preferably made of a good quality fabric that does not mentain static electricity and attract dust and bed mites.
And now that you know all these things, all you can do is find your personal way to fit this puzzle together.
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