Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to feeling like new the next day. A fundamental factor to achieve proper rest is having an appropriate space to sleep, but how do you achieve a perfect bedroom ?
1. The temperature
The ambient temperature should not be very high: between 18 and 22 degrees. Excessive cold or heat can cause ‘micro-awakenings’ that disrupt the normal rhythm of sleep. However, cold is always healthier than heat.
2. The humidity
Ideally, the humidity should be between 50% and 70%. It is necessary to avoid the dry environment, which dries out the mouth and makes breathing difficult and, for this, humidifiers are a good ally. It is also advisable to avoid plants in the room, which absorb oxygen and can cause allergies, as well as carpets and synthetic fabrics that absorb dust.
It is important to maintain a correct renewal of the air in the bedroom, ventilating it daily for a minimum of 10 minutes. Strong and direct drafts should be avoided.
4. Electronic devices
Lamps, cords, and plugs near the bed can create electromagnetic fields that disturb sleep. The ideal is to move these devices away from the bed and, if possible, unplug them before going to bed.
5. The light
The darker the room to sleep in, the better. The artificial light , especially interfere much in the dream, making it lighter, less deep and that people wake up more frequently.
6. The noise
As you might expect, excess noise has dire consequences on sleep. Apart from preventing easy conciliation, it mainly affects the ability to reach the deepest phases of sleep. Installing good windows will help us keep our bedroom insulated from noise.
7. The bed
The bed has to be silent and rigid, but not hard. In addition, many experts agree that sleep quality is improved when the headboard is facing north and the foot of the bed facing south.
Two fundamental elements of the bed for a perfect rest, and in which it is really worth investing the money, are the mattress and the pillow.
The mattress must absorb perspiration, prevent heat loss, support the body in a correct way so that it adapts to the anatomy of the spine and, in addition, it must be hygienic.
The pillow is essential to keep the head in a natural position while we sleep. If you sleep without it, the nape of the neck leans back and the cervical vertebrae become excessively oppressed. You should also not sleep with a pillow that is too thick as it tilts the head forward and forces the vertebrae to overstretch. It is best to use a rather low pillow, and not too soft, that keeps the head in line with the neck.…
Each new year brings with it a series of novelties and design trends that define and give consistency to the visual aesthetics of the coming months. Some trends were already latent last year , entering strongly in 2020; others are totally new and revolutionary, creating unexpected interiors and unusual uses for decorative objects.
The metals gold and copper were already hitting hard in previous years and this year will undoubtedly be one of the most marked trends in decoration.
Geometric designs in general, and hexagonal in particular, are repeated on carpets, textiles, stackable shelves, decorative elements and even on bathroom tiles .
Suspended elements Bedside
tables and desks are kept clear thanks to the incorporation of suspended lamps. Kitchen spotlights are replaced by rows of small pendant lamps that bring the light closer to the countertop or hang over dining tables . Even plants rise in vertical gardens and macrame pots.
Leather, traditionally used as upholstery, now has a new use as pulls for closet doors and drawers , replacing traditional metal handles .
Variety of faucet finishes
Kitchen and bathroom faucets are no longer limited to the old classic chrome finish. Gold and copper, and even matt black metal, are the latest in faucets.
walls The walls of bedrooms or rest areas begin to be painted in dark green, blue or marengo colors to reduce the light intensity and achieve intimate and cozy environments that invite you to rest .
Decorative Cement Objects
Polished concrete began to be a popular choice for floors, then it was also incorporated into walls and countertops in bathrooms and kitchens. Now it also comes to decorative objects combined with natural materials such as wood, marble or gold or copper metals.
Traditional weaving techniques are back in fashion; knitting, crochet and even macramé add a nostalgic note to homes with vintage or eclectic touches.…