Interior trends to help maximise your sleep quality
Sleeping is essential to allow your body and mind to recharge, leaving you refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
To enhance the quality of your sleep, why not try these home interior improvements?
Having a minimalist room does not have to include stripping your bedroom down to the essentials. Simply decluttering the space can create a more calming and streamlined environment, helping you switch off after a stressful day. Good storage units can help with this; nightstands, storage benches, and baskets are all smart options to help clear the space.
A lick of paint can go a long way towards aiding your sleep quality. Soft blues are a popular choice to enhance sleep and relaxation, while sage green is seen as a calming colour. Darker shades of blue or berry create a moody, luxurious, cocooning feel.
Houseplants have been proven to alleviate stress and anxiety, enhance indoor air quality, and aid in a good night’s sleep. They are also an excellent way to add rich foliage to your bedroom décor and wider living space. *
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This article was originally published by BriefYourMarket and is reproduced here with their permission.
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