By Dianna Gorat. Bedroom. Published at Tuesday, February 06th, 2018 - 05:21:46 AM.
As our lives become ever more frenetic, the haven that comfortable bedroom designs offer becomes more and more inviting - and not just for sleeping. Quiet reading, television viewing (for the programs we want to watch), enjoying a peaceful light supper, letter writing - these are all activities that may be best suited to that special private space.
A bedroom which is nothing but a full mess, is harmful for development of a healthy mind. A room full of clutter and unnecessary garbage gives a negative message to your subconscious. As far as possible, office work, computers should be avoided in a bedroom. If there is a scarcity of space and such situation arises all care must be taken to keep the work clean and healthy. This requires a little effort, but payoffs are huge if done on a regular basis.
Ventilation: Thought has to be given to getting proper ventilation and sunlight. Allowing direct sunlight and ventilation into the bedroom can make even a small bedroom look spacious and welcoming. While arranging the furniture, make sure the windows are not blocked.
Your own bedroom is the place which you see last when you go to sleep and also is the first place you see when you wake in the morning. These two are the times of the day when you are most receptive to receive any messages, good or bad. Hey, what did I say? Good or Bad. Yes, its true, anything you see, feel, touch, smell, listen to at this time of the day will contribute in making your "personality", no matter whether it works for you or not.
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