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After a hard day of work and life, there’s nothing better than winding down, putting your feet up and having yourself some much-needed relaxation – if you agree, then you’ve come to the right place. So that you can completely shut off, it’s important that your room creates feelings of cosiness and tranquillity. Through this article, we will take a look at ways you can make your bedroom the master of all things cosy. The best thing about adding some zen to your bedroom is that it doesn’t have to break the bank, so we will be bearing this in mind.

Ambience Through Lights

Shut off from the world in the dimly-lit comfort of your bedroom. For not much money at all, you can head to any of the available online electrical supply stores and grab yourself some warming fairy lights. Play around with the colour and style to find something that suits your style. 

Get Yourself a Headboard

Although a headboard might not be your top priority, it does serve a purpose by creating a barrier between you and the cold wall. Further, if you have a headboard and white walls, you’ll save yourself having to paint over unnecessary marks. They might feel a little bit fancy in this day and age, but you don’t have to break the bank to get a headboard – you can even make one yourself.

Attack of the Pillows

There’s something about a bed full of fluffy plump pillows that just lures us in. So, why stay envious of your friend’s cosy bed? For not much money you can increase your bed’s pillow count. There are a lot of things you can do to your bed to make it more inviting

Get a Rug in There

Your floor can look like one big open space of emptiness, so why not make it look a little more full and cosy by chucking a rug on the floor? There are so many different styles out there and you don’t need to spend a fortune on such a little change. 

Don’t Be So Rigid

The chances are you’ve been to a hotel, jumped in the bed and found yourself surprised at how rigid everything feels – pulling up the deep-tucked duvets and ruffling them up before you get in. This might work for hotels, but in your bedroom, let your wild side out a little bit and just throw your blankets, duvets and pillows on there in the general direction. Your bed will look like it has character and will add to your cosy aesthetic.

There are tons of ways that you can make your bedroom feel cosy, and this is just a handful. Remember, the aim is to make your room the cosiest bedroom – the one that nobody wants to leave. Whether you spend a fortune on luxurious mattresses and pillows or you stick to a tight budget, there are always options for you to achieve maximum cosiness – just don’t sleep through that alarm.

By Erica Buteau

Change Agent. Daydream Believer. Maker. Creative. Likes love, peace and Jeeping. Dislikes winter, paper cuts and war. She/Her/Hers.

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