Your bedroom is your space. It’s your sanctum, your perfect palace of Zen. It’s the last place you’ll be at night, and the first place you’ll be in the morning. Can it be improved though? You bet it can. You might be struggling for ideas though. Don’t worry, just sit back and let us walk you through a few great suggestions.
If you want to add a touch of sophistication to your room, get a bookcase. You can fill it up with your impressive library of literature. If you’re not much of a big reader, why not fill them up with DVDs instead?
Bookcases are just storage space at the end of the day. Don’t worry about actually filling them with books. You can put magazines, comics, anything into that space. You could even fill it with trinkets and mementos, maybe even use it as a place to keep a camera or tablet computer.
A Better Bed
A bed is a bed, or so you may think. The bad thing about beds is that they’re not all made equal. Different sizes and different firmnesses can impact your sleeping experience. Ideally, you don’t want anything too mushy. You’ll just sink into it, and it’ll cause havoc on your neck and spine calibration over time.
You don’t want something too firm and solid either. Those beds aren’t comfortable, and prevent you from truly relaxing your body while sleeping.
You’ll want enough space too. Just treat yourself to a king size mattress and sleep better at night. Giving yourself the room to kick out your legs or just lay in a starfish position can do wonders for your comfort levels while you sleep.
Ideally you shouldn’t be filling your room with electronics. It can disrupt your sleep patterns and keep you awake longer than you should be. That said, who doesn’t like a bit of television in bed?
It’s important you order your bed and television stand correctly. You don’t want to have to lie on your side to see the television. Place it beyond the foot of your bed for the best experience. As for the stand itself, you either place it on that or a separate storage unit. If you wanted to, you could mount it on brackets and place it on the wall.
It all depends on your tastes. If you like loud purple walls and leopard print carpets, go for it. So long as it isn’t an assault on your own eyes there’s no reason not to go with what you like.
If you don’t have any particular tastes, stick to something simple. Nice, pale pastel colours. Nothing too flashy or bright. You don’t want anything too dark either, in the summer the dark colour walls will repel heat instead of absorbing it. That might make for some uncomfortable nights in the summer.
Just so long as you find a way to incorporate some of the suggestions here, your bedroom is going to be absolute perfection. Just make sure to keep it clean. You don’t want to be tripping over old pizza boxes.