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Decorating Your Bedroom to Improve Your Mood

Decorating Your Bedroom to Improve Your Mood

If you’re feeling blue, decorating your bedroom can add some sunshine to your life and also help you sleep better.

While the things we buy for our bedroom can often fall to the bottom of our shopping lists, at the end of the day, our bedroom environments play an important role in how we feel. It’s the most-used room in the entire house!

We spend up to one-third of our lives in our beds. Therefore, an uncomfy bedroom setup that isn’t optimized for rest can hurt our productivity, mental health, and general lust for life.

Having the most comfortable mattress is essential because sleep has a direct correlation to our mood. But other key factors come into play when curating the best mood for your bedroom.

Before we start exploring decorative tips to improve your mood, let’s dive into the reasons why we should keep an eye on our patterns of mood and how better sleep can help us find a balance. 

Why is Mood so Important?

A good mood can mean we feel happy. When we’re happy, the little things don’t bother us like standing in a queue waiting for coffee or the unruly driver on the way to work.

Happiness can go a long way in life, as it allows us to see the best in ourselves and the world around us. A positive mood also relates to our decision making, and this is where things get quite interesting.

A recent study by Stanford reveals that a good mood has a close relationship with how we make decisions and how we allocate our time. Results from over 60,0000 participants show that when people are feeling upbeat, they are more likely to do tasks that are difficult or that they have been procrastinating over, such as doing taxes, cleaning out the garage, or finishing an assignment. Therefore, good moods boost productivity.

A not-so-upbeat mood can have the opposite effect. Bad attitudes tend to lead to decisions that give pleasure. Such choices can include binge-watching hours of television and eating unhealthy foods. Bad moods tend to decrease productivity and increase bad habits.

While it isn’t possible to have a good mood 24/7 - we can all find a balance. Adopting better sleep habits to manage mood fluctuations and decorating a bedroom that helps support a healthy and happy lifestyle is a great start.

Your bedroom is your sanctuary. A place to unwind, find peace and drift off into uninterrupted sleep. Use the following tips to decorate your room for the best mood and comfiest sleep possible. 

Make a Comfy Bed

How good is laying on your bed after a long and tiring day? But what if we told you that your mattress could actually get a whole lot comfier! It can by making some small changes to your bedroom furniture and bedding can help you get that consistent sleep that everyone dreams about.

The key to making a comfortable bed is to ensure that your bed frame, mattress, sheets, and pillows get along with each other and your body, supporting you for the best sleep. If your bed frame is old and squeaky, even the best mattress won’t silence the squeaks continually waking you up.

Ensure your mattress and bedframe work in unison to support deep and rejuvenating rest. A Puffy Mattress and Adjustable Bed Frame are a snooze-worthy combination that allow you to customize your sleep experience.

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Also, to improve your mood with your bedroom design, ask yourself what type of sleeper you are. Light sleepers can benefit from sleeping on a memory foam mattress as they isolate motion. This means that if your partner is moving around, the movement doesn’t bounce off the bed, interrupting your dreams.

Our final tip to create a comfy bed is to stay cool. Cooling sheets, pillows, and weighted blankets, play a critical role in regulating temperature in the bed and bedroom.

When your entire bed is made for optimal sleep, you’re setting yourself for a positive mood and positive energy each and every morning! 

Best Colors for Bedroom Mood

Just like how the colors of our clothes can impact our mood - so can the color of the bedroom. Before you head down to the hardware store feeling an overwhelming impulse to paint your bedroom, it can be helpful to consider how specific colors impact your mood.

The general rule of thumb when it comes to the best bedroom colors to help you sleep better and improve your mood is that lighter colors are better than darker colors.

When it comes to bedroom hues, there isn’t one magic color. However white, light blues, and even yellows are known to create a calming ambiance for better sleep and mood.

Try to steer clear of bold reds, purple, brown, and dense green colors. These colors are often used to express varying moods, therefore, they do not work well as a permanent color solution for the bedroom.

If you do want to incorporate a pop of color, a feature wall behind your bed frame is a good option. Feature walls allow you to add colorful character to your bedroom, without overpowering the general mood. 

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Let Your Personality Shine

So your bed is set, the color of your room is making you feel cozy and positive, the next essential design tip is personalization. Letting your personality shine in your bedroom can do wonders for your mood. Framed pictures of the people you love the most, souvenirs from your favorite holidays, and small displays of key life achievements are all great additions to your bedroom decor.

Decorating your bedroom with better sleep and mood in mind can completely transform the way you rest and wake up. Once your room is ready, you will look forward to laying on your comfortable mattress every single night.



Certified Sleep Science Coach

Written by Monica Chinsami, Certified Sleep Science Coach

Monica is a writer who is passionate about the connection between wellness and sleep. She believes sleep has the power to unlock our greatest potential for health and happiness. Topics she's covered range from well-being, to the latest trends in sleep health and bedroom aesthetics. Monica holds a BA in Journalism from Monash University and is a Certified Sleep Science Coach.