Turning a New Bedroom into a Familiar Sanctuary
When it comes to our mental and emotional healths, no room in the home is of greater importance to us than our bedrooms. One of the most challenging aspects of transitioning into a new living space is adjusting to a foreign bedroom. To establish that cozy feeling of familiarity and sanctuary quickly, there are a few steps that can be taken. First and foremost, give proper attention to your bed. Additionally, try creating a unique color palette to use in the room. Accessorizing will also be key to cultivating a feeling of ownership over the room.
- Our bedroom environment is intimately linked to the status of our mental and emotional healths
- In order to establish a sense of coziness and intimacy, it will be critical to give proper time and attention to selecting and arranging your bed
- To make a space feel like it belongs to you as an individual, try thinking up a unique color palette to implement
“During those first few weeks, the new bedroom can feel more like a hotel room–a space that’s quiet and made for sleeping, but doesn’t yet feel like yours.”