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Studies have shown that people spend about a third of their life in their bedrooms. For many, it’s their place of peace where they can rest and relax. If you are planning to redesign your bedroom and are worried that it will take up a lot of energy, here are a few easy tips that will help you recreate the bedroom you want without taking too much of your time.
Curtains in a bedroom’s window not only enhance ambience but also improve privacy. If your curtains are drab, it will affect the room’s overall atmosphere and appearance. Drab curtains are also not an appealing to control light in the area. In New Jersey, using plantation shutters is becoming a good way to control the amount of light you want in a room.
Your bed is the focal point of this room. A comfortable and clean bed makes it look inviting and relaxing. Start with the headboard. You can make it functional or ornamental, but make sure it suits the room’s overall style.
Another key part is to use layered bedding. Having a regular comforter on top of your bed just won’t do. Add some extra throw pillows, bed runners, etc. It will make your bed look more comfortable.
A bedroom’s decor should make you feel relaxed and induce restfulness. Choose pieces with soothing colors, or use greenery to make your room insect-free. There are plants that deter mosquitoes and other pests, such as lavender, mint, and rosemary. Put these in your room not only as a decorative piece of greenery but also as a pest repellent.
Your bedroom is your sanctuary. You should make it as comfortable as possible, so it remains as a haven of comfort and relaxation for you and your family.