We spend approximately ⅓ of our life in bed, so it should be the most comfortable room in the house. If you don’t have a comfy bed, that is the first thing that needs correcting. The human body needs 8 hours of restful sleep per night. If you’re sleeping on an uncomfortable bed, you’re not getting good sleep. A good supportive mattress with a plush top layer of memory foam will do wonders for your sleep.

You should also have soft, fluffy bed pillows and a warm comforter to snuggle in when you go to bed at night. Make sure to keep the room temperature at a medium – not too warm or too cold.

Keep your window curtains closed to block out early morning sun, allowing you to steal another 10 minutes by hitting the snooze button. Keeping your furnishings to a minimum and adding cozy elements will make your bedroom a relaxing place to come home to.

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