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It isn’t a secret that having a tidy bedroom is beneficial to your sleep. Being inspired in your bedroom can take your life to the next level.

But, what about to your mental health? Having a space that reflects you and you feel comfortable and reflected in can be very calming, reassuring, and soothing. After a long hard day, it’s wonderful to be able to have a space created solely for you and to meet your needs. But how?

How to create your dream bedroom:

Take some time to really identify what you like, and dislike in your bedroom. Think about what helps you, and what would help you. What feels calming and relaxing to you? Do you like candles, music? What about your lighting? Does it feel good to you?

Pick up your clothing. I am absolutely terrible for this. My clothes are everywhere. I need to put them where they belong. Consider purchasing hooks of some kind to have easier access to hanging them. Pack up out of season clothes to create more space. You can store the bins under your bed, on your closet shelf, or in your storage room.

I honestly think what you put on your bed really sets the state for the feel of your bedroom. Invest in bedding that you love, and that can help you have a comfortable and amazing sleep. My favorite is Origanami Sheets by hulyahome. The 100% organic cotton percale beds sheets will let you have a cool and comfortable sleep, while the cotton sateen bed sheets are so soft and inviting, you’ll never want to leave your bed! Add in an AMAZING bamboo memory foam pillow , also by hulyahome and you’ll be rewarded with the luxurious feel, along with proper sleep alignment.

Don’t go overboard with pillows on your bed. I personally love the look of a bed filled with nice big pillows, but really, where do they all end up? Yep, on the floor. Creating a look of clutter. Go light on the pillows and invest in what you actually want. Quality over quantity.

Keep your headboard and night table neat and tidy. Make use of any drawers to keep the tops looking tidy.

Add plants! Real or artificial. Either are great. Adding plants will add a nice cozy feel to your room.

Lastly, add in a textured throw blanket at the bottom of your bed. Textures also create a calming effect for many.

Having a neat and tidy bedroom can be so helpful for you to unwind in after your busy days.

You can certainly have improved sleep, and perhaps less body pain from proper sleep and sleep alignment. Your bedroom is a room that is certainly worth investing in.

What is your favorite part of your bedroom? Are there any things your wanting to change or add?

Love Always, Enn

P.S. Interested in some organization tips? Read my home organization post! 3 Home Organization Decor Tricks You can also learn all about the importance of cleaning up your bedroom over here: Why You Need To Clean Up Your Bedroom

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34 thoughts on “Bedroom Inspiration – Creating Your Dream Room

  1. Love this! I always think it’s so pretty when a bed has a textured blanket at the end of the bed. Always feels more put together than it might really be.

  2. While I have bedding I like, I do want to re invest in my bedding because my hubby and I use separate blankets to avoid blanket wars LOL and I think it’d be nicer if we had matching ones. It’s on my list of to dos for the home.

  3. I love decorating around the house but always seem to neglect the bedroom! I do however keep a throw blanket on the end of the bed and feel like it adds such a nice touch 🙂

  4. I have to agree about not going overboard with pillows. I see so many bedrooms with a dozen or more pillows not he bed, sure they look nice, but where the heck do you put all those pillows when you need to sleep? I know my bedroom needs some work to be a room I love, but for now, it works and when we move I will make sure my bedroom is exactly how I want it.

  5. It is surprising how keeping your personal space clean and tidy can affect your mental health/mood. We try to keep things clean and tidy and spacious. If we feel spacious physically we feel in mentally…in which thoughts and ideas can enter easily. Or a mind in which we can just sit and observe. Great ideas – thank you x

  6. I’m also prone to leaving my things laying about, haha. I think I need to invest in more storage containers and declutter more frequently. In addition, I would love to have wooden floors but I’ll be able to do that with my own home someday. x

  7. Really enjoyed this post. My favourite part of my bedroom is my dresser. I’ve got my make up and jewelry ready to be used and a new mirror hanging so I can get ready efficiently now on a morning. We are very guilty of allowing clothes to stay on the floor for too long. Beautiful bedding!

  8. I love this post. Although I don’t write about mental health for a living, I do struggle with my own mental health issues. I never really talk about them but I relate with your posts so very much. I feel 100% at ease when my house is totally clean and my room and bed are made to perfection. I sleep better and it feels like a weight comes off my chest. This post makes me want to go around cleaning and fixing up my bedroom. My soon to be 8 month old has taken over my room though so it might be a little while before I can. Believe me, as soon as he is a little older I am taking my room back and doing many of these things you suggested! Lol

  9. My clothes are always on the bed, and I hate it. I’m always in a rush and I promise myself to hang them in the closet later, but I just move the clothes around. I should fix that habit haha.
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  10. Love these tips!! One other thing that I desperately need to do is add in a rug in the bedroom. We have hardwood floor and as much as I hate carpet, I also like to wake up to a warm and inviting feel on feet and toes when I wake up in the morning.

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