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3 Ways To Create Your Bedroom Getaway
Dated: June 3 2018
We’ve all heard that getting a good night’s sleep is essential for our health. Getting that good sleep goes beyond the hours you’re actually sleeping; it’s creating a relaxing environment in your bedroom. Here are three ways you can decorate your room to help you get that good night’s sleep.
Your bedroom is your retreat. It’s supposed to be a place to put the day behind you and rest. Use calming paint colors with cooler hues like blue, lilac, and lighter shades of gray to create a relaxing atmosphere.
Do you lay in bed trying to fall asleep at night? It might sound funny, but even your furniture and decorations can be a distraction. Whether you realize it or not, things like decor can keep your mind going. Declutter and keep your decor to a minimum around your bed. You’ll be able to fall asleep better.
Do you check your phone one last time before bed? If so, you’re not alone. To ensure a peaceful setting, make your room a no-tech zone! That means no phones, computers, and televisions. It’s a tough rule to commit to, but you won’t regret it when you’re well rested.
Your bedroom is your getaway - a place to “shut down” and leave the day behind you for a peaceful night’s sleep. Take one or all of these decorating tips into consideration to create your retreat. Share your tips for a good night’s sleep by leaving a comment on my Facebook page. If you would like to find a new place to rest your head, give me a call 617-447-7317. I’d be happy to help you with all of your real estate needs.
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