Three tips for making your master bedroom a haven for sleep
Home > Product and Style Tips > Three tips for making your master bedroom a haven for sleep

Product and Style Tips

Three tips for making your master bedroom a haven for sleep
By Payless Decor
9/11/2012 1:18:00 PM

If you have trouble getting to sleep on a regular basis, have you thought about the aesthetics of your bedroom? Depending on the design of your master bedroom, you might be making it more difficult to sleep in this living space than you think. Without the right pleated shades, linens and lighting fixtures, you may have an environment that doesn't cater to resting. Here are some tips on how to make your bedroom more sleep-friendly.

1. Find the right window treatments.

While it might seem like you're going overboard if you put up blackout shades, the efficiency of your window treatments plays a large role in how well you sleep on a nightly basis. notes that darkness can encourage the natural development of melatonin in the body, which sends you into sleep mode.

To keep out light while you're trying to get some rest, consider roman shades. Not only will they block out light that might be keeping you awake, but they can easily be raised during the day to allow sunlight to flow into your space when you want it.

2. Keep your room cool.

It's no secret that it's more difficult to sleep when you're feeling warm and uncomfortable. Because your body temperature naturally drops when you drift into a deep sleep, consider hopping into bed with the thermostat turned down to help you reach this point. Not only will you be more cozy cuddled up into your blankets, but you won't have to worry about messing with the thermostat to get comfortable in the middle of the night.

3. Make your master bedroom a sanctuary.

When you walk into your master bedroom, you should immediately feel relaxed. This living space is where you'll be spending an ample amount of time, meaning it deserves attention when it comes to decorating.

To make your bedroom more desirable for relaxation and sleep, bring in items that make you feel cozy. A throw blanket and several oversized pillows on your bed can make you want to dive right in. Consider buying a few candles to light the room when you don't want to rely on your lamp for brightness. Finally, don't rule out the possibility of buying a new mattress. In the end, this might be the big solution to all of your sleeping problems and any back pain you may be having.

Currently rated 0 by 0 people

Tags: N/A
Categories: Shades


No Comments have been submitted.

Include comments
Cleaning (4)
Rugs (5)
Wood Blinds (10)
Home Decor (98)
Drapery (24)
Roman Shades (12)
Blackout Shades (6)
pleated shades (2)
cordless shades (10)
Vertical Blinds (4)
Window Treatments (22)
Roller Shades (9)
Sliding Panels (5)
Cellular Shades (25)
Shutters (1)
Home Improvement (57)
Online Blinds Retailing (9)
Window Curtains (7)
Shades (53)
Bamboo Blinds (29)
cordless blinds (7)
Faux Wood Blinds (7)
Decorating Tips (115)
Bamboo Shades (40)
Solar Shades (4)
Bamboo Sliding Panels (6)
Blinds (47)
How To (15)
Fabric Vertical Blinds (4)
Blind Installation (16)
Recent Posts
Warm Up Your Home with Autumn Colors
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Redecorate your space with orange
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Dorm Decorating Ideas
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Ways to go green in older homes
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Tips for keeping cool on summer's hottest days
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Get Your Home Ready for BBQ Season
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Tips for a nature-inspired patio
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
5 Tips for Bringing Window Coverings Outdoors
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Turn Your Home into a Summer Destination
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
How to Decorate with Florals
  Comments: 0
  Rating: 0 / 0
Recent Comments
Simple Curtain Hacks for Special Spaces (1)
Jackie Magee wrote: Ordered the Valances for my faux wood blinds and I... [More]
How To Attach a Fauxwood Valance Clip (1)
Katie wrote: Thank you for showing how the clips attach to the ... [More]
Accent Your Window Treatments with Drapes! (1)
Karen Collins wrote: Can't wait to place my first order!... [More]
Cordless Blinds and Cordless Shades for Children's rooms (1)
Yakira wrote: I purchased the blackout cordless cellular shades ... [More]
Our New Advantage Plus Cordless Roman Shades: "First of it's kind!" (1)
Peter Brown wrote: Great post about this new roman shades. This will ... [More]
 October (1)
 September (2)
 July (1)
 June (1)
 May (2)
 April (4)
 March (3)
 February (5)
 January (4)
 December (3)
 November (2)
 October (5)
 September (3)
 August (4)
 June (3)
 May (1)
 April (2)
 March (2)
 February (1)
Blog Roll
Living with Lindsay
SAS Interiors
Southern Hospitality Blog
Payless Decor
Copyright 2015 PaylessDecor All Rights Reserved.