DESIGNING A RELAXING BEDROOM SANCTUARY
Have you felt as the Winter chill sets in you’ve been more enticed to stay home and create a relaxing sanctuary to unwind in? If so, you’re going to love our latest tips on designing a bedroom which feels welcoming and comforting after a long day. So grab your favourite tea and let’s dive in to make your bedroom the cosiest space in your home.
DECORATE WITH INTENTION
We all know how excited you can get to redecorate your bedroom after spending hours scrolling through Pinterest, which is why we encourage you to decorate with intention. The first thing to think about is how you want to feel when you walk into your bedroom. If you’re wanting to create a calming and warm space, then our design team suggest choosing a neutral colour palette and adding textural throws, cushions and rugs.
INVEST IN YOURSELF
One of the most important investments in your bedroom is your mattress. It’s the one item which is responsible for ensuring a restful and rejuvenating sleep, so it’s worth doing some research to find the highest quality mattress to support you. A great place to start is our recent post on the journey behind our natural organic mattress.
ENHANCE YOUR WELLBEING
If you’ve visited our Paddington Flagship Store then you will know that we love to include greenery as the finishing touch to any space. It’s a beautiful way to connect with nature and it’s also beneficial for your wellbeing, which makes it an essential piece for any bedroom.
One of our personal favourites for the bedroom is the Fiddle Leaf Fig. This popular indoor plant not only looks aesthetically appealing but it also improves air quality, provides high levels of oxygen and cleans the air of allergens.
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