The Complete Idiots Guides To ARTOTELize Your Bedroom

Loving our bedrooms? Want to experience an ARTOTEL sleeping experience on a daily basis? Here are few DIY tips from design Guru Marcus Pickett that you may try at home:

Personalize It

Sometimes your bedroom decorating simply needs an enhancement of atmosphere to make it more comfortable. If the room looks a bit cold it may help to create a get-away sensation: a vacation in your own home. And the easiest way to achieve this feeling is with a quick paint job. Often cool colors are a great way to produce a relaxing feel to the room, such as soft pinks or light blues and greens. You don’t even have to re-paint the entire room to make it look different. Create an accent wall by painting one wall a different shade from the other three. Little changes can make a big difference.

Add Art

Maybe you have a bedroom design that is immaculate, modern, and beautiful. But is it homey? It’s important that a room still feel like home, and an easy way to achieve this is by adding some creature comforts. Some personal bedroom decorations add individual character to a space and make it more relaxing. Add anything to make the room feel more complete and personal, and therefore more peaceful as well.

For Bedroom Design, It’s the Bed.

When it comes to the bedroom and getting a good night’s sleep, it’s the bed. You need to take your time and do your research for various options. Don’t buy into every new fad that you see, but don’t be afraid to make a change, either.

Remove Clutter: If you have a messy room, you probably have a messy life. And how can you relax in bed if everything is out of order. Instead, organize the room as best you can and remove all disorder and confusion from the space.

Soft Light: How are you supposed to fall asleep under an interrogation lamp? Not only are soft colors relaxing, but by adding a soft lamplight or candlelight, your room’s light source will feel less harsh and more like a sunset.

Center your bed against the wall: this may be more psychological than physical, but the more mentally focused and centered you feel, the better rest you’ll get at night.

Good luck, and good night now…

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