A Guide To Making Your Bedroom The Ultimate Safe Haven

When it comes to the bedroom, you know that it’s one of the most important rooms in the house. Making sure that this room feels like a real safe haven is important. You want to be able to spend time there after a long day, relax, and re-energize. If it doesn’t make you feel relaxed and comfortable, then you just haven’t done it properly! This guide will give you some brilliant tips to help you make your bedroom the ultimate safe haven. Enjoy!



Choose The Right Color Scheme

Choosing the right color scheme in your bedroom is essential if you want it to feel as safe and relaxing as possible. Colors can have a direct effect on your mood, so if you’ve chosen the wrong ones, you won’t feel like you can relax in your bedroom. For instance, red can look nice, but it can also be a very stimulating color. If you use this in the room, you might find you can’t relax as well as you like. The most relaxing colors tend to be colors like green and blue. They are colors you see in nature more often and can definitely promote a more peaceful environment, along with purple. Ultimately, you want to pick colors that make you feel relaxed. If red genuinely makes you feel relaxed, then by all means use it. If you’re unsure of how to choose the shades and hues that go together well, use a color wheel. It can help you match colors perfectly and even contrast them if you want a cool look in your bedroom.

Make Sure It Isn’t Too Cluttered

Many people say that if you spend time in a cluttered room, you have a cluttered mind. This isn’t always true, but having too much clutter in the bedroom can leave you feeling unsettled and unable to relax. Make sure you clear out everything that shouldn’t be in there. If it doesn’t have a use or look beautiful, then it shouldn’t be included. You should focus on visual clutter too. For instance, too many accessories could make it look more visually cluttered than you’d like. Keeping the bedroom quite minimal is a very good idea.


Try To Keep Electrical Equipment Away From The Bedroom

Having electrical equipment in the bedroom can be a bad idea for a number of reasons. Not only will you be tempted to use them when you should be resting, the smallest light from electrical equipment can keep you awake and interrupt your sleep cycle. You might not even realise it, but it happens! Because of this, you shouldn’t really have a TV or anything like that in your bedroom. Ideally, you only want to associate your bedroom with sleep. Then your body knows to relax when you enter the room.

Have Different Lighting Options

The bedroom can also be a good place for reading, and you might also use it as a place to get ready for the day ahead. Because of this, you’ll need different lighting options. Task lighting is important, but mood lighting is essential in the bedroom too. You can create your mood lighting with a dimmer switch, lamps, and maybe even fairy lights if you want to add a magical touch to your room. There are all kinds of different ways you can do it!

Use Incense

Creating the ultimate safe haven in your bedroom means using all of the senses. The things you smell can make you feel more relaxed too, so try using incense in there to make it smell great. There are a number of room sprays, candles, and aromatherapy oils you could potentially use too. Incense are usually safe if you don’t leave them unattended. Whatever you decide to use to make it smell nice, make sure it’s as safe as it can be. You don’t want to fall asleep and wake up to a fire!

Make Your Bed Perfect For You

Your bed should be perfect for you if you’re going to be comfortable and sleep as well as you can. There are a number of ways you can do this. You need to focus on the mattress, making sure that it offers you the correct amount of support. Everybody is different, and will therefore need different levels of support. Some may need a harder mattress, while others may need a softer mattress. If you sleep with somebody else, then it should obviously suit both of you equally. Some people even choose to have a waterbed, as this is more comfortable for them. This article sourced from Boyd Waterbeds can give you a good idea of what to look for. You also want to pay attention to the size of the bed, how many pillows you have, and even the type of linen you buy. You want to make sure it can support you through a full night’s sleep!



Use Lots Of Texture

Making your bedroom the ultimate safe haven means it must also be pleasing to the eye, too. Although you don’t want it to be visually cluttered, you do want to use lots of texture to make sure it doesn’t look flat and boring. Try to incorporate it where you can and it’ll make your room look more professionally put together.

Add A Bit Of Glamour And Luxury

Adding a bit of glamour and luxury to the room can make it feel much nicer. Almost as if you’re relaxing in a fancy hotel! Consider adding metallic accessories, as well as other things, like chandelier style light fixtures.

Try Feng Shui

Feng shui could be a good way to find a new layout for your bedroom while inviting in all kinds of good energy. You might not believe in that stuff, but many people do and it seems to work for them! You can find a ton of feng shui tips online to help you rearrange. At the very least, you could get a cool new layout from it. Anything positive that comes from it could be a bonus. One feng shui tip I know people use, is not having mirrors facing the bed. Try it and see what you think.

Have Meaningful Art And Pictures

Having meaningful things in your room will make you feel more at peace. For instance, pictures of your loved ones, and even artwork that you really like. Artwork can have a positive effect on the brain, so you might just find it helps you to relax better if you include it. Choose a piece of art that makes you feel happy and relaxed for the best results. You could create a feature wall with it or simply place it over the head of your bed.


Choose A Nice Plant

Plants can help you to feel more relaxed, as well as purify the air in the room. You only need a small plant to get this effect, but the kind that you choose is totally up to you. If you don’t want to have to care for a real plant, a fake one can still look nice. Just bear in mind that you won’t get the purifying effects from it.

Start Using Silk Pillowcases

Silk pillowcases have many benefits. They’ll look great on your bed, and can add to that element of luxury we discussed earlier. However, they will also keep your hair and skin in great condition. Regular pillowcases can pull on the face as you sleep and create the look of more wrinkles. By using silk pillowcases, you’ll be able to sleep more soundly and wake up fresh faced. They are usually reasonably priced, so you don’t need to worry about spending a fortune.

Use An Air Purifier

There are lots of benefits of using an air purifier too. If you’re not satisfied with the benefits a regular plant can offer you, then get an air purifier too. This can help to get rid of dust, pollen, pet hair, and similar things. You should find that any allergies you have play up a lot less and you breathe easy when you’re relaxing/sleeping.

Invest In New Window Treatments

If you currently have sheer blinds or curtains on your windows, they may look good, but they could be affecting your sleeping pattern. It all depends on whether you’d like to wake up early and rise as the sun rises, or whether you’d prefer to sleep longer in the morning. Blackout blinds are great if you don’t want to be woken when the days get lighter. If you want curtains, make sure they are thick enough to keep the sunlight out.

Use as many of these tips as you can and you should find that your bedroom is more relaxing in no time. It’s important that you feel like your bedroom is your sanctuary. Somewhere you can go when you need some downtime, to sleep or relax. Which of these tips will you use? If you have tips of your own, leave them below too. Bye for now!

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