Have you ever been super tired but just canâ€™t fall asleep? I do all the time. I have insomnia so I really need my bedroom to be a place of peace and serenity. I need my bedroom to literally help me to fall asleep.
I donâ€™t expect my bedroom to be a miracle worker but it needs to be a place that is actually conducive to sleeping. I’ve had our bedroom in shades of green because it is supposed to be calming. I was still suffering from insomnia.
I have done our bedroom in blue because itâ€™s supposed to be peaceful. Insomnia was still ever present. I started feeling like nothing I could do to my room would be helpful. It wasn’t like I had it painted fire engine red. There was no stimulation of any kind going on but I just couldn’t fall asleep.
There is a growing trend to make your bedroom completely neutral. By using a pale palette and unfussy, demure details like neutral shades of cream, blues and grays we can make the room feel serene but not boring.
Instead, you end up with a classy, yet clean design and peaceful room that feels inviting to the weariest of insomniacs.
What decorating tricks do you use to help your bedroom be sleep worthy?
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