People spend a surprising amount of time in their bedroom. In fact, it’s like a minimum of around seven hours if you sleep a decent amount each night! Couple that with time spent winding down before bed, getting changed, or even just relaxing and sleeping in on your days off, and you’re easily looking at about 70 hours a week spent in your bedroom alone!
To some people that amount of time is going to seem normal, but for others, it’s probably kind of surprising that we actually spend that much time in our bedroom. And because of that, we think that it’s about time everyone starts looking at how they can improve their bedroom for a much better sleep and relaxation experience.
So here are four bedroom improvements that we think everyone deserves.
1. More (or fewer) power sockets
No matter how much we renovate or decorate a house, there are some things that are never going to change–such as the number of power sockets we have! Power sockets are essential for everything from lights to charging our phones, but what if we have too few or too many?
If that’s the case, hire an electrician to help you add or remove power sockets. Adding them can be great for more convenience, or if you’re just sick of having one or two outlets in really awkward places in your bedroom. Alternatively, you can get some removed if you think there are too many and they’re getting in the way of things like furniture.
2. Much more customization and personalization
Whether you’re renting or own a home, everyone deserves to have a little more customization and personalization in the bedroom.
For instance, you could customize your bedroom to have all of the colors and patterns that you love. Or you could get hang up posters and decorations that resonate with you. The more you add, the more it’ll feel like your style.
3. Removing clutter to get a bigger bedroom
If you’ve lived in your current place for some time then you’ve definitely accumulated a bunch of clutter. Could be old furniture you don’t need anymore, too many clothes to wear, or even just random storage boxes that you haven’t unpacked yet or just left around because you have nowhere else to put them.
If you want a bigger bedroom but don’t want to move out, then the next best thing is to declutter! Get rid of any excess stuff that you don’t need, clear up the floors a bit, and you’d be surprised at how much more space you have.
4. Adding some convenient tech to your bedroom
Lastly, let’s talk about smart home tech. From simple things like voice controlling your lights to wireless charging pads, there’s so much tech that you can add to make things a little more convenient.
It all starts from looking at what you can add to make your day easier and more comfortable. Perhaps you could do with a little charging stand for all of your daily stuff like a smartphone and smartwatch. Maybe you like the idea of lights that you can control with timers or your voice. Some people even like adding smart blinds. There’s just so much new and cool tech that you can add!