Rearrange your bedroom furniture
Create some open and relaxing space by not having too much furniture or too many things in your bedroom.
Decorate using neutral colors
Try to limit yourself to around three colours so that your bedroom is not too stimulating, but is relaxing instead.
Use warm, soft lights as they are calming. Natural light can have a similar effect.
If you have wooden floors, soft rugs can really add to the feeling of warmth and serenity.
This is the one thing you don’t need to feel guilty about spending a lot of money on. A good mattress really does matter.
Choose what you love
Decorate your bedroom with items you have chosen and that make you feel happy and good.
A bit of luxury
Splash out on areally soft but not really cheap comforter or throw for your bed- every time you touch it you’ll be happy you did.
Don’t keep excessive amounts of anything in your bedroom; find other places to store these things. You want an open and calming space, not an overwhelming pile of things to sort out.
Plants and flowers can be very soothing, look into adding a plant or fresh flowers to your bedroom.
Does your bedroom get too hot in summer or too cold in winter? Invest in a heating and cooling system or a dual use fan.
Candles give a warm, soft light which can sometimes be just as relaxing as a hot bath.
Sleep only area
Your bedroom should be a sleep only area- avoid distractions such as computers and televisions. This space should be your calming retreat from all the stresses of life.