In the middle of a busy day at the office, you always think about one thing: going home to a nice, cosy bed where you can relax and re-charge for another day. But if your bed isn’t getting you excited anymore, it’s time to turn things around by following these nifty tips:
Move your bed.
If your bed has been in the same position for many years now, you can reposition it to make the room feel brand new without replacing anything. If you have that extra space, your bed doesn’t have to lean against the wall. Experiment on the different positions for your bed, but make sure that it’s placed on a spot that’s quiet, comfortable and with good ventilation.
Invest in new sheets.
If you can’t afford a new bed yet, the next best thing you can invest in new linen sheets in Australia. According to research, linen has tiny breaks in the fabric that massage your body gently as you sleep to promote better blood flow and relaxation. It is also a breathable fabric, which is why it’s very nice to sleep in because it regulates your body temperature and even prevents the growth of bacteria and fungi. Of course, having new sheets can easily change the ambience of your entire bedroom by making it feel more luxurious and inviting to go home to.
Amp up the comfort with a new blanket.
Aside from investing in new sheets, you should also get a cotton waffle blanket that will not only add a pop of colour into your bed but would also come in handy during those cool winter months. You can even buy extra cotton waffle blankets to use in your living and TV rooms because they add interesting detail to your couch. These types of blankets are also extremely durable as compared to your regular comforters, making them a good investment for your bed.
Get your pillow game going.
You’ve probably slept in the same pillows for years, so you shouldn’t be surprised if you’re not getting as much good sleep as you had when you first bought them. Although it’s important to invest in a good mattress, you should also buy good quality pillows if you want to get better sleep. When choosing a pillow, make sure to choose the right size and material used.
For instance, down pillows are light and soft but some people are also allergic to them because they are made from duck or goose fibres. If you’re one of these people, you can opt for synthetic fibre. You can also choose different sizes, shapes and colours for your pillows so you can layer them for added comfort.
Are you ready to spruce up your bed?
There really is nothing quite like going home to a nice and cosy bed at the end of a busy day. Remember that you’ll be spending on average of 2,920 hours on your bed every year, so these upgrades are definitely worth the investment.