Getting the right amount of quality sleep is vital to set you up for tomorrow. But did you know that good night’s sleep has a lot to do with how you prepare for it? Get ready to get rested - here are some smart tips to help you improve your bedroom and bedtime routines.
Sleeping well, feeling well
If there’s one thing you can do for your health, it’s getting better sleep. A dark, cool and quiet bedroom is a good start, but updating the comfort, choosing the right materials and adding some nifty gadgets can really help too.
Compact bedroom living to the fullest
When you have one small room to do it all, efficient storage and furniture with double functions are your best friends. And remember, no matter how pressed you are for space, compact can still be stylish.
Growing up with good bedtime routines
Getting good sleep is important, as is learning good bedtime habits for later in life. So, don’t underestimate a setup that sets devices aside and helps you wind down – perhaps with some nice music or a good read.
Finding inspiration for a new bedroom styling
Seeking new impressions for a bedroom makeover can help you find a style that is more you. No, you don’t have to start over from scratch – use the same foundation of furniture and just let your styling choices make all the difference.
Sharing a small space with roommates
Shared housing can have its challenges, but with a little creativity, colour coding, extendable functions and other smart solutions, one room can work just fine for three. Or even more than that, when you have friends staying over.
Co-sleeping makes bedtime family time
Creating a safe, comfortable sleeping space for the whole family is a smart way to free up the rest of your home for other activities. Just be sure to allow flexibility for everyone’s schedule, habits and needs.
The gear that makes you go zzz
Level up the comfort and convenience of your bedroom with wireless speakers, smart lighting, electric blinds and more – and control it all by remote control or via the IKEA Home smart app.
Wind-down rituals and bedtime routines
Kids get a better recharge with happy and healthy habits that make the falling-asleep part easier. A long cuddle, a warm bath, a good book or some music – all ages have their favourite ways of unwinding.