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Interior design has an impact on our health and sleep quality!

New trends in interior design have a significant impact on our health and sleep quality. As it turns out, designing and arranging interiors has a big impact on our sleep, which is important for our well-being. Therefore, to help you improve the quality of your sleep, we have analysed several important and current trends in interior design that you can use in your own home.

The first step is to create optimal sleeping conditions. Try to clean and organize your room so that it does not contain items that could distract you, and avoid strong light from your computer or phone. To prepare for sleep, adjust the temperature in the room and make sure the bed has the appropriate firmness. Also, pay attention to the material and color of the bedding and pillows.

Then try to achieve an optimal level of noise in your room. Mute unnecessary sounds coming from the surroundings or electronic devices such as phones or tablets. Additionally, establish limits on how much noise you can tolerate - whether the noise from your neighbours bothers you or you need silence. Analyse and adjust your environment and equipment to meet these needs.

Also pay attention to the colors and shades of the walls, as well as the overall style prevailing in your room. While safe neutral shades (white and grey) have a calming effect on our well-being, intriguing shades of purple or blue can also be helpful for our mind and body. Also, try to avoid decorating your room with items that could cause additional stress - such as photos of very intense scenes or pictures from a period in your life marked by ego.

Supplementing our interior design advice are small technical changes aimed at improving sleep quality. For example, focus on adding a small number of decorative plants to your home - due to their calming properties.

Therefore, the most important thing you can do for your health is to get enough sleep to rejuvenate your body and mind, leaving you refreshed and ready for the day ahead. To achieve this, why not try one of these home interior upgrades?

Minimalism - This doesn't have to mean stripping your bedroom down to just the essentials to have a minimalist room. Simply decluttering the space can help you relax and unwind after a stressful day, helping to switch to a calming atmosphere. Storage space can be organized with good storage units; nightstands, storage benches, and baskets are excellent options.

Colors that induce a sense of calm - Changing the color of your bedroom can have a huge impact on the quality of your sleep. Blue is considered one of the most relaxing and calming colors in the world, while green is perceived as a soothing color. Darker shades of blue or purple create a moody, luxurious, cocooning atmosphere.

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