The Secrets To Making A Cozy Bedroom Sanctuary

Do you ever feel like you need a break from the world? A place where you can just relax and be yourself? If so, you need to create a cozy bedroom sanctuary.

This is somewhere you can escape from the stresses of daily life and recharge your batteries. People are often looking for ways to make their kids happy, and perhaps they need this too! In this article, we’ll discuss the secrets to creating a relaxing and inviting bedroom space.

The Secrets To Making A Cozy Bedroom Sanctuary

Buy A New Mattress

This is surely one of the best ways to make your bedroom feel snugger. A good mattress will help you get a good night’s sleep, which is key to feeling revived and refreshed in the mornings.

If your mattress is old and uncomfortable (and perhaps giving you back pain), consider upgrading to a newer model.

There are a wide variety of different mattresses and brands on the market today, and most can be viewed on the internet. The popularity of puffy lux mattress stores reflects peoples’ desire to see product reviews, dimensions and weights, and firmness ratings before they buy.

They also want to know about things like motion isolation, edge support, temperature control, and pressure relief.

Add Some Mood Lighting

Our moods are very heavily influenced by the light and how much or how little we’re receiving.

Unfortunately, many houses don’t have mood-friendly bedrooms because their lighting systems aren’t set up that way. If you have dimmer switches installed, this will allow you to control how much light enters the room.

You can either have it on a low setting for when you want to relax and wind down or crank it up when you need more stimulation (e.g. whilst studying). 

Another trick is to have some indirect lighting. To achieve this, place lamps in strategic spots around the room so that their light reflects off walls and other surfaces.

This will create a soft and calming ambiance that’s perfect for winding down after a long day.

Add Some Scents

There’s nothing more relaxing than the smell of freshly cut flowers, scented candles, or room spray. You can alternatively add aromatherapy to your bedroom by using essential oils in an oil diffuser.

Some recommended oils include lavender, chamomile, and clary sage: they have been shown to promote relaxation and to help people get better sleep.

If you go for scented candles, look for soy or beeswax versions as they are better for your health. They don’t release harmful toxins as paraffin candles do. Finally, be sure to blow them out before you nod off to sleep or leave the room.

Declutter Your Bedroom

Decluttering is about removing unnecessary or unwanted items from your life (and finding a new home for what you keep). There’s no denying that discarded clothes, cups, magazines, and other objects can make a bedroom feel chaotic and overwhelming.

Take everything out of your bedroom, then only put back what you use on a daily basis. You’ll discover that there are many benefits to doing this in your bedroom. Once the junk has gone, it will feel more organized, spacious, tidy, and clean.

Buy Some Blackout Curtains

They are basically heavy drapes that completely block out any light from entering the room. This is great for those who want to sleep in late or take a nap during the day.

They can also be used to create a more intimate and romantic atmosphere in the bedroom. By blocking out all-natural light, you can create a moody and sultry setting that is perfect for cuddling up with your partner.

Blackout curtains will keep your room warm in winter and cool in summer. In addition, they can help reduce noise levels from outside, making your room feel more peaceful and relaxing.

Get Some Throw Pillows

Throw pillows come in different shapes and sizes and are made of a variety of materials (e.g. down, foam, cotton, or wool).

They can be used for decoration or to provide extra comfort and support. They should be placed in strategic locations in order to achieve maximum effect.

For example, put them at the end of the bed to create a cozy reading nook. You can also use them as decorative accents by placing them on chairs or sofas.

Another great thing about throw pillows is that they’re affordable and easy to change whenever you want a new look. If you get bored with your current decor, just swap them and find some others to snuggle up with!

Have A Rug Beneath Your Feet

If you want to feel cozy in your bedroom you should have a rug on top of any hardwood/tile floors. There’s nothing like feeling the plushness of a rug between your toes as you walk to your bed.

You’ll be able to spy out plenty at local stores and online retailers that will fit any budget.

If you opt for a thinner rug you can also purchase a rug pad to go underneath so that it’s more comfortable to stand on.

Also, consider purchasing two rugs: one beside your bed and another near where you dress so that when you wake up in the morning you don’t feel cold tile beneath your feet.

Introduce Some Plants

Houseplants are a huge trend right now, and they’re becoming more and more popular in bedrooms. They don’t need a lot of attention, and here are some examples you may wish to choose from:

  • Snake Plant
  • Peace Lily
  • Jade plant
  • Aloe Vera
  • Bamboo Palm
  • Prayer Plant
  • Rubber Tree

Some of the benefits of having indoor plants include:

  • They improve air quality by purifying the air.
  • They provide a calming and relaxing environment.
  • They help to reduce stress levels.
  • They can increase productivity.

As you can see, there are many ways to create a cozy bedroom sanctuary. Why don’t you check out some blogs or specialist articles on the subject, or view some bedroom photos on Instagram or Pinterest?

Once you’ve made the changes you will enjoy the room more than ever before, whether you’re relaxing or sleeping. 

Julie Higgins
Julie is a Staff Writer at She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.