Bedroom Design Tips
According to the National Sleep Foundation, 35 percent of Americans are not getting a good night’s rest. If you’re in that large group, the environment in your bedroom could be a contributing factor to why you aren’t sleeping. Take a look around your bedroom. You may have insomnia inducing problems like an old mattress, the wrong wall color, or too much ambient light. Rectify these issues to give yourself a more peaceful slumber.
Maybe your teen is a little bored with his or her bedroom. Maybe it’s time to spice it up a little, but you need something you can so yourself. This is why Pinterest is so great. There are so many ideas from so many different people circulating around all the time. There’s bound to be something that works great for you and for your teen bedroom. Here are some of our favorite finds.
Class, comfort, intimacy…the ideal blend of features that any bedroom should possess. And yes, soothing colours and enough storage space for all your valuable pieces of clothing to be safely stored and organized. Since trends come and go, you need to stay true to what you love in a room. Your bedroom should tell the story of who you are while being a collection of what you love. The design scheme, the size of the bed, the choice of nightstands and the chest of drawers – make sure all of them are combined in a way to give your room that dose of personality you so long for.
Spring bedroom decorating ideas are waiting for you! The winter season brings about winter blues and the cold weather may feel like making you stay in and hibernate. While the winter blues are common it doesn’t mean your winter bedroom shouldn’t feel like a burst of spring every time you enter it. If you’re trying to bring spring colors into your bedroom, look at these creative ideas to use patterns, colors and textures to bright your bedroom, before spring officially arrives.