A master bedroom should be a space for relaxation, not clutter. A tidy space is more restful and peaceful for the occupant to recharge at the end of the long work day.
Does your bedroom make you feel rested for the busy day ahead of you, or does the sight of it fill you with anxiety? Every extra item in your bedroom takes brain power for you to process, and when you're trying to shut down for the night, you don't want piles of clutter or undone projects to be the last things you thought about.
For the professional's bedroom below, this meant removing piles and boxes that had accumulated in the bedroom and rotating the bed to unblock the window, creating a relaxing retreat that is easy to maintain.
Does the layout of the room induce calm, or are you stepping over or past things to get to your bed? Today, take a step back from your bedroom, and consider:
Here's to a more restful night's sleep!
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