01
Aug

Bedrooms

What does your Bedroom mean to you? Is it a room that you use just to sleep or a place where you find peace, comfort, and relaxation? I consider my bedroom my sanctuary! There are many ways to make your bedroom have a peaceful ambience. As an Interior Designer, once the final phase of the project has ended, I prop up the rooms so that clients can see what a difference accessorizing makes in a room. When I prop up bedrooms, I even have the sheets and duvet cover dry cleaned so that clients can feel the difference. A few tips that I can give you in order for your bedroom to be a place where you feel relaxed is to; keep work out of the bedroom, keep clutter out of bedroom, and most importantly keep food out of bedroom!

Investing in a nice set of sheets and a few throw pillows for your bed can make a difference and give your bedroom a sense of elegance. My suggestion is to keep your bedroom as simple yet elegant as possible, the less stuff you have the bigger the room will feel. I always like to add a plant or two to bedrooms as well. Houseplants can do more than just make your shelves look brighter. They also can boost your mood, enhance your creativity, reduce your stress levels, increase your productivity, bring you tranquility, maintain indoor humidity levels, produce oxygen, and naturally filter air pollutants. One of the most under-appreciated benefits of houseplants is the calming effect they have. Making them the perfect addition to your sleep space. Call Studio 9 to assist in making your bedroom become your sanctuary.

-Raquel C.

 

 

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