5 Tips for a Dream Bedroom Renovation


Redecorating your bedroom is one of the most important stages of any interior design project. Getting regular, quality sleep is essential to our overall well being, as not only can it make it easier for us to focus throughout the day, but it can help to improve our physical and mental health.

Of course, getting a good night’s sleep can be easier said than done, but ensuring that you have the right environment is a good place to start. Luckily, there are small design changes that you can make to help improve your quality of sleep. So, if you’re preparing to redecorate your bedroom, here are just five fantastic things that you can implement into your designs. 

Choose the Right Colour Scheme

Finding the right colours for your bedroom space is an important decision, particularly because different shades can drastically alter our overall mood. When selecting the colour theme for your bedroom, consider looking into colour psychology, that way you’ll be able to choose the right shade to create a calm and relaxing environment.

Pale blues are often a popular choice, as they typically evoke feelings of serenity and tranquillity. Lighter colours make a room feel lighter, brighter and bigger too - so maybe avoid dark colours unless you want to create that 'cosy' atmosphere.

Consider Fragrance Diffusers

Another sense that you can engage when choosing the décor for your room is your sense of smell. Just like colours, certain fragrances can help us to feel more relaxed. While many of us use scented candles in our homes, we don’t always like the idea of having an open flame in the bedroom. A good compromise is setting up a fragrance diffuser on your vanity, not only are these much safer, but you can also get the same calming scents.

Find the Right Mattress

One of the biggest hindrances to a good night’s sleep is an uncomfortable mattress. Our mattresses aren’t built to last forever, and if yours is starting to keep you up at night, then the time has come to get yourself a new one.

Of course, with so many makes, models, and stockists out there, it can be hard to know where to start. Finding an experienced mattress retailer will allow you to get the best advice. For example, on archerssleepcentre.co.uk you will find a wide variety of viscoelastic mattresses and many more! Plus, their expert team will be able to advise you on the ideal model for your sleeping requirements.

Utilise Black Out Blinds

If you find that you’re being woken up by the sunlight too early, then your upcoming bedroom renovation is the perfect time to invest in black out blinds or curtains. That way even when the sun rises early in the morning, you’ll still be able to remain sound asleep until you’re ready to wake up!

If you don't like the style and design of blackout curtains, you could choose regular curtains, and then team these with a blackout blind instead. So not only will they add to the aesthetics of the room, but also be super practical as well.

Make Time to Declutter

Having a cluttered bedroom can lead us to feel more stressed and anxious - something that many of us with busy lives could do without! If you find that your bedroom gets messy quickly, spend the weekend having a clear out of everything that you don’t use. And, if items are still in good condition, consider donating them to a charity shop such as Oxfam, rather than sending them to the landfill. That way you’ll also be helping to protect the planet while you’re at it!

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