There are plenty of rooms in your home that you might consider to be important. Some people feel that their kitchen is the very center of the house since it’s often the hub of activity during the day. Or perhaps you feel that your living room is the center of your home because of the fact that it’s the place where you and your family sit down to relax together after a long day, whether you’re watching TV, playing games, or just talking. However, there’s one room that a lot of people forget about despite the fact it might be one of the most important rooms in any home.

What is that room? Your bedroom of course! Think about it. It’s the room where you probably spend more time than anywhere else in your home. Not only that but it’s also an incredibly private and personal space. Sure, everyone might love to hang out in the kitchen or the living room, but the bedroom is all yours. It’s the place where you, or you and your partner, can just relax and spend some time away from the world. The reason people tend to forget about it is that, despite the fact that you spend so much time in it, that time is often spent sleeping. However, if your bedroom isn’t perfect, then it’s going to be that much harder to get a decent night’s sleep. In order to help you achieve that, here are three things that every bedroom needs.

3 Things Every Bedroom Needs

3 Things Every Bedroom Needs


If there’s one thing that a bedroom should be above all else, it’s comfortable. After all, if you can’t get comfortable in your bedroom, then you might as well go downstairs and sleep on your kitchen floor. The first and most obvious place to start when it comes to trying to make your bedroom more comfortable is, of course, your bed. There are few things worse than lying on an uncomfortable bed, tossing and turning, completely unable to get to sleep at night. One of the best resources to help you get more comfortable and sleep better is a site called, Sleep Ridiculously Well. In this post, Emily recommends that you find the right pillow to fit your favored sleeping position. Finding a pillow that’s comfortable for you if you’re a side sleeper can make dozing off easier than you ever imagined.


Sure, there’s something wonderful about the excitement that can go on in many rooms of your home, but the bedroom simply isn’t designed for that. It might be wonderful to feel the hustle and bustle of the kitchen, with the clattering of pots and pans, people coming and going, and all of the other things that go on during the day. However, your bedroom should feel like a sanctuary away from all of that. It should be the place where you can go and just relax, no matter what else is going on in your life. This means that you want to steer clear of too many bright colors. You should fit the lamps in your bedroom with soft, warm lights, and make sure that the room never feels busy. Keeping your bedroom tidy can make a huge difference when it comes to how calming it feels.


Every room in your house needs to have its own atmosphere. Your living room should be a comfy, welcoming space, your bathroom should feel clean and shiny, and your kitchen should feel as full of life as possible. However, the atmosphere of a bedroom can be a little bit trickier to pin down. After all, it needs to be relaxed, obviously, but you don’t want it to feel cramped or dingy either. Similarly, you don’t want the room to feel too bright and loud, but you also don’t want to wake up every morning to a dark, oppressive feeling. Subtle colors and lots of soft furnishings are the very best ways to achieve this kind of balance. Things like blankets and pillows might make other rooms seem overly busy and full, but in a bedroom, they really can add to the overall luxurious atmosphere that really can make it the most pleasant place in your home.

Sure, your bedroom isn’t going to be the only important room in your home, but it is far too important for you to neglect it. In reality, the way that your bedroom feels can have more of an impact on your mood and state of mind than anywhere else in the house since it’s often the place you see before you go to sleep and the first thing you see when you wake up.

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About the Author: Patricia Davis Brown

Patricia, like her blog, is not a one-dimensional designer, which is evident in her accolades of 17 national design awards. Over a 38-year career in the industry, she has carved a niche in several areas of design. Licensed in interior design and certified in kitchen and bath design, she offers a full menu of design services ranging from whole house interior design, kitchen and bath design, lighting design, full remodels, commercial design and universal (ADA) design. Patricia is a sought-after speaker in the industry and has been published in many publications as seen on her interior design firm’s website, She writes for such publications as QuinStreetinc, Relaxed Remodeler, and talent offering design tips.