Though there is an exaggeration when you have too much of something, there’s no such thing as too much comfort; especially not when it’s the case with the bedroom. Along the way of lifestyles shifting to accommodate the busy day to day lives of today, our bedrooms have become somewhat the rooms strictly created for utility, without actually focusing on making them that much more pleasant.
It’s not just about the lay out, or bringing in fancy furniture, it’s about increasing the degree of comfort – exactly what one would want out of a room that’s meant to be a sanctuary. When it comes to quality of sleep, it’s not just the mattress that has a say in it, but also the bedding, as surprising as it might seem.
If you want to make the most of it, and sleep on bedding as soft as clouds every night, go for the organic bamboo option. There are the proper king size bamboo sheets, queen size, single bed, duvets, covers, for everyone’s requirements and preferences that wouldn’t even break your bank, so you have no excuse not to make this luxury part of your bedroom.
As soon as I got my king size bamboo sheets, it made all the difference in the quality of sleep of both me and my husband. Since bamboo has hypoallergenic, and thermoregulating properties, there’s no more sweating at night, no tossing and turning, nor do I have to worry it’s the sort of bedding that wears out over time, as it has non-absorbent characteristics, and is considerably more durable than cotton. Don’t be surprised if as soon as you welcome bamboo in your bedroom, you feel inspired to pile up on bamboo clothing as well.
You’ve probably heard this time and time again, but I simply must repeat it: there should be no room for technology in your bedroom. If you want to get into quality deep sleep, forget about using electronics well before bedtime, and opt for a good old book instead. Another piece of advice is to opt for darker hues for walls, and textures, for instance of the neutrals, as they bring about more serenity that evokes slumber. Don’t forget lighting has to be soft, preferably with dimmer features.
If you haven’t considered window coverings, you should, be they thick curtains or blinds, as comfortable sleep requires darkness. Speaking of comfort, it’s all avoiding clutter, and piling up on the right textures, such as blankets, cushions, pillows, and even rugs – whether staying in bed for breakfast, or getting up on the right foot every morning, you can count on comfort to keep you happy.