The bedroom is where the magic of slumber happens. There’s a reason we are all so grouchy in the mornings, and that’s because we’ve been woken out of sleep. We don’t really feel sleep, but it’s the best thing ever! Especially after a hard day at work or out with the kids.
The bedroom must be comfy in that case! To get a good night’s sleep, comfort is the basic need! Sleep is key to living healthily, and a lack of sleep can present us with a whole range of health problems – especially if it is a child who isn’t getting enough sleep. They could very well need over ten hours of sleep every night depending on their age and health.
To achieve this, aim for coziness in the bedroom.
To get more sleep right now, invest in good bedding. This is key for any bed as all beds need to be super soft, cozy and comfortable as well as snuggly and warm. Split king sheets are a great option and offer the comfort of Egyptian cotton with a thread count that hits 1800. Sheets like these are good as they are not only hypoallergenic, but they are also super soft! This is exactly what you need in bedding!
Of course, a new mattress is worth its weight in gold to your sleep. If your current mattress is getting lumpy, it is going to keep you up in the night and any interruptions to your sleep are not valued at all! We want NO interruptions at all. If your mattress is keeping you up or causing you pain, get rid of it as soon as possible and buy one that will last, like a nice Tempur-pedic. If you can’t get a good memory foam topper to solve the issue in the short term.
Even after minimal use, bed’s can smell a little ‘used.’ Keep them fresh with consistent cleaning and refreshing sprays. This keeps them smelling more fancy and less funky. Remember to change the sheets often, though. Sheets get dirty, and they get dirty fast, so keep a good supply of fresh bedsheets handy.
If you want to change the lighting of a bedroom, opt for some stringed lights that look a lot prettier than bolder options. They can also be strung nicely around wall fixtures, headboards, and canopies. They will also work amazingly well in a child’s room.
It is important to keep options available for changes in temperature. Thicker duvets and comforters should be on hand for those cold winter nights and thin sheets should be the norm for winter. Keeping your temperature steady will help you sleep!
If you want to fast-track some coziness, get rid of bad light. This comes from screens and phones. Blue light is proven to disrupt sleep, so keep this in mind with the kids and of course, yourself. Keeping screens out of the bedroom will help you get to sleep faster and of course, healthier.
Sleep is so important! Make your bedroom a better place to sleep so you and your family can get all the benefits.