The bedroom should be our temple of rest and peace. Her "role" is to help us prepare and sink into a refreshing dream.
The quality of sleep and relaxation depends on many factors, but we will share advice about the arrangement of the bedroom.
1. Find the right place for the bed
Setting the bed in the right place is the starting point for decorating the bedroom. The bed must be set in a harmonious position. This means as far as possible from the door and window, or external elements that can disturb us in any way. The oriental tradition of Feng Shui says that if we sleep with head towards west, we will wake up with more energy. If we sleep with our head towards the east, we will be much more relaxed. Besides putting a bed in a harmonious place, a good mattress is also a prerequisite for a good rest.
2. Symmetry helps us to rest
The symmetry in the bedroom is also significant for a good rest. In this sense, furniture plays a very important role. Symmetrical furniture exudes balance and reflects such feeling on people in the room. To achieve this balance, it is recommended to use pillows of the same colour as furniture in the room. The decoration should not be burdensome with many details. The orderly room is synonymous with the organised mind. If we have a sense of order in the head, we will find it easier to fall asleep.
3. Electronic devices are not welcomed in the bedroom
A TV is often placed in the bedroom. But it may disrupt us in many ways: the content we watch, news, disturbing scenes, irritative colours, or the light on a standby mode. Cell phones are not a smart choice neither. So leave them in some room where you are active.
4. Pay attention to the light
We do not mean light in general, but lighting in the bedroom. Warm and balanced light is recommended. But if you do not have the setting option, then do not use the lamps that hang above your head or above the bed. And of course, to avoid the central light, buy a lamp which throws discreet light.
5. Pay attention to colours
Colours have great power over us and can affect our condition. It is advisable to choose soft colours for a bedroom. Pastel colours such as pink, light blue, turquoise or lilac are always a safe choice. Avoid aggressive colours such as red, orange or intense yellow. Generally, avoid intense tones. This colour advice also applies to walls and furniture, and to decorative details.