Furnish & decorate your bedroom correctly – tips for a relaxed atmosphere and cosy flair

Bedroom properly furnish & decorate – The bedroom is considered the sanctuary of the home. Here energy is refuelled, the morning is started and in the evening the long working day is forgotten. Restful sleep is the be-all and end-all for everyone. We’ll show you here how to furnish and decorate your bedroom properly so that you can rest in a relaxed atmosphere. Plus: our most important tips on sleep hygiene and more!

Furnish & decorate bedroom properly

We spend almost a third of our entire life in our bed. No wonder. After all, next to the bathroom, the bedroom is one of the most intimate and personal rooms. It’s where we start and end our day, where we rest and dream. To make sure you feel right at home in your own little kingdom, there are a few things you should consider in advance. From the right placement of the bed to the right choice of colour – here are our top tips and tricks!

Restful sleep in the right bed

Box spring bed, double bed or waterbed – here there are countless styles, possibilities and of course preferences. While wooden beds inspire with their natural charm and cozy flair, box spring beds are more reminiscent of posh hotel rooms and exclusive suites. Of course, the right bedding and accessories should not be missing here! Besides mattress, pillow and blanket, especially the right topper offers a lot of comfort. Bodyguard toppers and pillows are available at bett1, for example. The two sides of the Bodyguard Topper are covered differently: On one side, the HyBreeze functional cover ensures breathability, while on the other side, the BaumwollSleep ensures a cosy, comfortable sleeping experience. The advantage of a topper? It adapts ideally to all body shapes and lying positions and helps with back pain & co.

Colour choice for wallpaper & decoration: Light or dark?

Colours have a very great effect on our well-being, which is often underestimated. Colour plays an important role not only in the wallpaper and the bed cover, but also in the decoration of the bedroom and the choice of carpet. While red and orange have an aggressive effect, green and blue are calming. White gives the room a neutral and homogeneous flair, beige has a harmonious effect and even powdered grey gives the bedroom a calm and relaxed atmosphere. So it’s worth getting to grips with colour theory – and the same goes for the other rooms in the house.

Here again at a glance:

  • Red and orange: aggressive
  • Blue and green: calming
  • White: neutral and homogeneous
  • Beige: harmonious
  • Grey: calm and relaxed

Opaque curtains and cosy lighting

Do you prefer to sleep with the light on? And do you prefer everything completely dark? You should also think about your sleeping preferences when choosing ceiling lights and curtains. After all, there are a variety of curtains available, all with different colors, patterns, and fabrics. Prefer to sleep with a little light? LED lights are the way to go here! You can dim them as needed, and usually from your phone!

Wardrobe & bedside table: choosing storage space cleverly

Storage space is also important in the bedroom. Whether it’s clothes, shoes, books or other items – everything should always be neatly and tidily stored in the bedroom. While sliding doors save space and make the room look bigger, a wardrobe that matches the bed and nightstand adds to the ambience of the room. Depending on the bed you have, you can also use the space under your bed perfectly as storage space.

Long bedroom, sloping ceilings & Co: exploiting the advantages correctly

Not every bedroom is built the same. So, some rooms of the apartment are narrower and some others wider. Some rooms have a sloping roof, and others have large windows. It is important that you always know how to make the most of each room. For long rooms, we advise you to paint only the short walls and otherwise concentrate on light colours and lots of light. Multifunctional furniture gets the most out of a small room and shelving systems adapt perfectly to the cut of the room in sloping ceilings.

All tips summarized:

  • Long rooms: Only the short walls colored and good lighting
  • Narrow rooms: multifunctional furniture and light colours
  • Room with slopes: Dynamic shelving systems that adapt

Conclusion: It’s the combination that counts!

So there are many factors that make up good furnishings in the bedroom and thus also influence our well-being and our sleep. So not only the right bed is important, but also the right color selection for wallpaper, bedding and decoration. Also the other furniture of the bedroom you should not neglect and so you can not only provide the desired ambience, but also for a lot of storage space!

Our checklist:

  • Cosy bed with matching bed linen & Co.
  • Light colours, such as white, beige and light grey
  • Opaque curtains that shade glaring light from the outside
  • LED lights that can be dimmed as desired
  • Use wardrobe, bedside table and free corners as storage space
  • Important: Use the advantages of your bedroom properly!

Questions and answers: sleep hygiene, bedding & Co!

Is it true that Feng Shui contributes to a faster sleep? How often should pajamas be changed? Why should all electronic devices be turned off before going to bed? And does it really help to open the window? All questions about the bedroom, sleep hygiene & Co. can be found here!

Why should electronic devices be switched off before going to bed?

The bright LED light often keeps us awake before bedtime. There is a correlation between long evenings in front of the screen and late sleeping hours. This is because the short-wave blue light suppresses the release of melatonin.

How important is fresh air when falling asleep?

Proper ventilation is important at night. If the air in the room is stagnant and no fresh air comes in, the pollutant content of the air also increases. It’s best to open the windows about two hours before you go to bed.

How does diet affect sleep patterns?

Even if you suddenly feel tired after lunch, you should avoid hard-to-digest foods with a lot of sugar and fat before going to bed at night. You should also avoid alcohol, as it worsens the quality of sleep.

How often should you change your nightwear?

The right pyjamas also contribute to a good night’s sleep. You should not change your pyjamas every few weeks, but every two to four days, depending on your needs. Especially for the summer, when we sweat a lot at night, you should always have a change of clothes at hand.

Where should be the bed according to Feng Shui?

The Chinese teaching of Feng Shui is about bringing soul, body and mind into harmony. This is especially true in the bedroom. To ensure the necessary harmony in the room, you should not let the bed stand in the happy room. Instead, the headboard should always be against a wall and never under an exposed beam. You should also avoid the space between two doors.

What is the purpose of a mattress topper?

Whether you have a soft mattress or a hard mattress – a topper is ideal if you want to make your bed even cosier. Or do you have a double bed and want to pad the well-known ‘visitor’s crevice’ a little? Toppers are also ideal for this. Depending on the firmness of your bed, topper mattresses can make your bed not only cosier, but firmer. Especially for athletes with back pain, these toppers are therefore popular.