Of all the elements that affect your sleep these days, probably one you haven’t thought of is the level of “green” in your bedroom. (And no, I’m not talking about the color of your sheets.) What I’m talking about is organic bedding. The environment you’re sleeping in can truly affect the amount of quality sleep you’re getting each night. This can include many things in you’re bedroom and going green in your room doesn’t have to be difficult. Let’s go over some easy fixes for sleeping in a greener and safer environment.
So you’ve finally found the perfect all natural bedding, but one of the worst feelings in the world is when you’re trying to go to sleep at night and feeling your neck strain into a pillow that’s too soft or too hard. A good pillow can be hard to find but if you do your research and determine what kind of sleeper you are, then the decision will be a lot easier to make. We’ve broken down some options for nearly every sleeper out there.
When decorating a bedroom, one of the first items you decide on is your comforter. Usually the questions of color, size and style come before the question of what material the comforter is made of, but it should really be the other way around, especially if you have allergies. With so many options out there for choosing the perfect comforter, sometimes it can be hard to decide which one is right for you. Let’s go over the best ways to pick a comforter that you can be proud of.
We’ve all been there before: whether you’re starting fresh with your bedroom or simply sprucing it up, changing it around can be a daunting process. After you’ve done the grunt work of painting and moving furniture around, the fun part comes: picking out the sheets and linens. You’ve probably never considered the effect that sheets have on your night of rest, but according to many sources, falling asleep starts with great sheets.