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Bedroom Interior Designs Concepts For A Better Night

By Annie B. Williams

It’s easier than you think to use a few basic bedroom interior designs concepts to improve your sleep pattern and enhance your well-being. Most experts agree that babies need about 14 hours of sleep each night while children attending first through fifth grades should get as much as 11 hours of sleep. Grown ups would benefit greatly from 10 hours of sleep but 8 hours is usually enough.

With the breadth of TV programming these days, it seems there should be some good reason to have a television in the bedroom, but heath care professionals admonish, “just say no.” Distractions, particularly late at night, really interfere with sleep. When we don’t get ample rest, we can be irritable and make poor decisions. Drivers who hit the roads without enough sleep cause a considerable number of crashes each year. Sometimes, no one walks away alive.

Environmental factors are key to everyone’s ability to get a good night’s sleep. If the bedroom is too hot or too cold, you are likely to toss and turn. A bright light, even from a computer mouse or a telephone can suddenly interrupt sleep. While some may tout the “white noise” of the TV as sleep inducing, most sleep experts are against having a television in the bedroom. The whole idea is to quiet down, let go of stress, and rest both the body and the mind.

One way to make your bedroom more conducive to sleep is to paint it in quiet colors. All the options you can imagine are available these days, even environmentally friendly paints with soy and milk bases. After you’ve selected your color scheme, enhance the look with wall hangings. These could be family photographs or an oil painting–anything that brings you pleasure. You can pull the whole look together with curtains and a bedspread that coordinate with the color of the walls.

Because the sheets and pillow cases are the closest things to you, shop for fabrics that feel delicious next to your skin. Remember, too, to get a mattress cover and pillows that are comfortable for you. Snuggling into a bed where everything feels perfect from the weight of the blanket to the sheen on the sheets is a surefire ticket to dreamland.

You might think a redo of the bedroom will cost more than you want to spend. Keeping an eagle eye out for sales is one way to keep the expenses down. So, too, are checking out thrift stores and estate sales. Make a project out of it and don’t forget to avail yourself of the many ideas available at the library and online. Nighty-night.

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Williams, Annie B. "Bedroom Interior Designs Concepts For A Better Night." Bedroom Interior Designs Concepts For A Better Night. 6 Jul. 2010. 5 Aug 2014 <>.

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