Try These 5 Bedroom Changes Tonight, Trust Me

Have you ever felt like your room is in a rut? It’s the room in which you spend the most time, but sometimes it can become the last place you want to be. Especially when it’s time for bed! Simple changes can make a world of difference in the way that you perceive your room.

1. Move your bed


Sometimes it takes seeing a room in a new way to uplift your mood. Try shifting your bed to a new part of your room. It can completely transform the way your room looks and feels. No matter the size, this is a great way to give your space a makeover

2. Swap your sheets

Maybe your bed needs a brand new look. As with clothing, we can get bored. Maybe your bedding just isn’t sparking the inspiration it once was. Or maybe it’s too distracting when you’re trying to fall asleep. Try out some brand new bedding to give yourself a fresh pop of color or a brand new pattern.

3. Play with scents


Seldom do we think of the smell of our room as having any effect on us, but it truly does. Next time you’re feeling down about your room, test a new scent. For instance, the scent of lavender is known for increasing relaxation and encouraging sleep. So, if you have trouble sleeping, spray a lavender linen spray on your pillow. It’s a great hack for utilizing your room.

4. Change your bedspread (comforter)

Just like we mentioned with sheets, changing your comforter can have an impact on your feelings toward your room. It’s possible that your comforter is not optimized for your sleep habits. An example might be if you tend to get too hot while sleeping. Switching from a down comforter to a bamboo comforter that has better breathability can make all the difference. Take into account your needs, and modify.

5. Remove blue light

Blue light is a huge reason that many people have trouble getting to sleep. Blue light is everywhere, but most notably in phones, computers, and other similar tech. This light is great at keeping you up, but not so great at helping you sleep. Removing your phone from the bedroom at night has been proven to help people fall asleep quicker.


It may also be prudent to switch out light bulbs in your room from blue to yellow light. Softening the lighting as you get ready for bed mimics the setting sun and naturally signals to your body that it’s time to sleep.

As you can see, it doesn’t take massive or expensive changes in order to make your space feel new. To get the most out of your bedroom, try out these changes. You can thank us later!

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Monet Moore

Written by Monet Moore