Not a vacation or hangout with friends that I miss the most on weekends. For me to spend the weekend at home tastes better, it’s like a free day where no work and deadlines that continues to disrupt. I am a lazy person, especially when it comes to decorating the bedroom. There is nothing special that I can show off in the bedroom, you could even say that it is far from neat and organized.
Even though it sounds a little creepy, the bedroom is still the best area for lazy days, especially on weekends. I like to put some plants in the bed, it can be on top of the bed or put it near a window. The green of the plants and the days without work were really hard to get me out of bed. Today I have some references on how to decorate a bedroom so that it feels comfortable without having to leave the house. If you don’t have plans for the weekend, be prepared to curl up on a warm mattress lazing around.
Simple but comfortable
A comfortable bedroom does not have to be big and luxurious, even a small room can be turned into a sleeping nest that makes you relax all day long. Place the bed near the window so that air and natural light can enter to warm the room. Put some plants in order to feel more refreshing bedrooms, some ornamental plants are also believed to purify the air and neutralize harmful substances. If you want to spend time in the bedroom, of course, you must pay attention to the air quality so that the room doesn’t feel stuffy and stuffy.
For some reason, I like bedrooms with shady shades. For some reason a bedroom that is not too bright is more comfortable, and the use of textiles such as sheets and blankets really supports comfort. Don’t know about you, but I have a beloved blanket that is irreplaceable.
Adding lighting is an effective way to make the atmosphere warmer and more comfortable. It’s not always at night, some lighting ideas like string light can give off a calming feeling.