You are finally home from a long day and can’t wait to get some sleep. Well you can kiss those Zzzzs goodbye because you’ve just been greeted by a fluggy room.
This can’t happen anymore! I won’t allow it and frankly I can’t take you looking like a red-eyed monster. To help you out, I’m sharing five master bedroom décor ideas to get you on your way to finally getting some luxurious shuteye and on to looking like your beautiful self again.
Comfy Up Your Bed
This is the first item that you will want to tackle, because it is usually the main attraction and sets the mood of how you want to feel in your room. We want to get a luxurious sleep and that means our bed must look and feel luxurious.
Start by investing in some sinfully soft sheets. They will hug you when you crawl into bed, and the feeling against your skin will be so amazing!
So now that you’ve gotten the basics done, you’ll want to invest in a down comforter that you can slip right into a pretty duvet cover.
You’ve come all this way. Now it’s time to doll it up with some nice throw pillows.
Once you’ve gotten some practice with these tips, then you’ll be on your way to creating the ultimate bed.
Go with a material that will feel soft to your feet like a nice wool, high pile, or hand-woven rug. It’ll start you on the path to feeling relaxed — and let’s not forget there’s nothing like that feeling of a soft touch greeting your bare feet right before landing in bed. It’s the perfect intro to a luxurious sleep.
Make sure to go with a scent that relaxes you and gets you one step closer to a fabulous night’s sleep like lavender, jasmine, and chamomile. They are known to have sleep inducing powers.
A velvet fabric will give your room a luxurious look and feel, but it will also block the sunlight from reaching you while you sleep — and we both know how much you need your beauty sleep. If you also need to block noise, get yourself a white noise machine.
Soften up your walls with a neutral yet sophisticated color such as a soft grey from Benjamin Moore, specifically Mt. Rainer Gray 2129-60. Color psychology would suggest purple is also a good choice. Surrounding yourself with a calming color will aid in winding down after a long day.
Your days of counting sheep to fall asleep are over and now you can be on your way to a blissful night because you have these décor ideas under your belt. I’ll be quiet now so that you can get some shut-eye.
Good night and sleep tight!
Photo credits:Oxfordian Kissuth, emjaydavies, Gabriel GM, macinate, and David Hier.