Buying a new home, especially if it’s to be your forever home, provides a great opportunity to DIY your interior for an expression of your personality and style. It sounds like a large task, and to be honest, it is. Yet, it also is exciting and helps set your home up for success. The following article, we will discuss different ways to optimize your bedrooms for better sleep in your new home.
When you start designing your new home’s interior, you’ll want to start with the main touch points. The logical places to start includ the living room, your kitchen, and the bedrooms. To keep things simple, we’ll dive deep into one critical area for your design that you may not expect: your bedroom.
Your bedroom is a place for rest and rejuvenation, and quality sleep plays a crucial role in your overall health. You want to incorporate design elements that are conducive to the best sleep possible. This can be especially true if you’re moving from a quiet rural or suburban environment to a noisier urban area.
If you don’t know what it takes to design a sleep oasis, you’re not alone. One-third of Americans are out there with you suffering f
1. Choose the Right Paint Colors in Your New home
It might not seem like a big choice, but the color on your walls can have a large impact on your mood. Some hues are better suited to improve productivity and boost focus, while other shades can create a calming and soothing environment. Pick a color that is great for sleep to help ensure your bedroom is a place of rest and retreat that actively promotes quality sleep.
2. Block Out Light and Distractions
Although your mind and body may be eager
You’ll also want to consider ways to eliminate any noise that keeps you tossing and turning at night. To do so, consider using a white noise machine to mask background noises with ambient sound or another type of sound machine that provides calming sounds from nature.
3. Set the Tone and Ambience for better sleep
The tone and ambiance of your bedroom
4. Getting Comfortable
Don’t overlook the importance of your bedroom furniture itself. If you’re waking up with aches and pains or tossing and turning throughout the night, the issue may be in an improper bed or pillow setup. If you’re sleeping on your side like most sleepers, this is probably an issue you face. When you
5. Feng Shui
Although energy is technically invisible, it is flowing around us all the time. You can actually have better energy flow in your bedroom by following
- Open the Windows Often – This will prevent the air from being stale and loaded with pollutants.
- Choose Art Wisely – Images carry powerful energy, so you want them to be nourishing, happy, and beautiful.
- No Electronics – Feng shui energy is destroyed by TV’s, computers, and exercise equipment. They create high EMFs and bring stressful energy.
Buying a new home is an important life event and having its interior as a blank slate for decorating makes it even more exciting. Your new home is where you’re going to be resting and relaxing for a long time, and these simple tips can get you on your way to a cozy, comfortable space for getting the best possible sleep.
Additional real estate resources
There are home trends that come and go but also some stick around. John Cunningham goes over some of these home design trends.
When it comes to painting your home Debbie Drummond has all the tips. A new coat of paint can help sell your home if you pick the right color.
When trying to determine the most elegant interior home colors to paint your rooms take a look through this article written by Glenn Shelhamer.