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Wellness | Apr 26, 2020

5 Feel Good Items for Your Bedroom

WellnessApr 26, 2020

5 Feel Good Items for Your Bedroom

Your bedroom is one of the most intimate spaces in your home. That’s why it should be a sanctuary that you look forward to retreating to at the end of the day. To help you turn your bedroom into the personal oasis it deserves to be, we rounded up a handful of feel-good décor items to set the tone. From soothing artwork to quality bedding, here are five home goods that will usher nothing but positive vibes into your bedroom.

Cumulus No. 3 by Molly Frances |ALIGN : LEFT
  1. Calming Artwork

Did you know that certain colors can actually quell anxiety? Believe it or not, psychologists believe that tranquil hues, particularly shades of blue, have the power to calm your nerves just by looking at them. No surprise then that hanging a soothing piece of art in a serene shade of blue, such as Cumulus No. 3 by Molly Frances, will help keep you cool and relaxed in your bedroom.

  1. Quality Bedding

Make no mistake about it: High-quality bedding can improve your quality of life. Research shows that there’s a strong link between how well you sleep and how good you feel, which is why sleeping better at night can provide a slew of mood-boosting benefits, such as improved memory, increased focus, and decreased feelings of depression. Do your brain and body a favor and invest in quality bed coverings—our Luxe Hardcore Bundle is renowned for its rich, long-staple cotton fibers and buttery-smooth weave—for a healthier bedroom.

  1. Houseplants

Not only will they naturally clean and purify the air in your bedroom, studies show that just looking at a houseplant can make you feel better. Dress up your windowsill or nightstand with a leafy plant in a pretty planter, like the Bird Nest Fern in Medium Hyde Planter by The Sill, and reap the benefits of surrounding yourself with stylish yet mood-boosting bedroom décor.

 @aundre | ALIGN : RIGHT
  1. Fragrant Candles

A little aromatherapy goes a long way in a bedroom. Not only can certain smells evoke a range of feelings and memories, research shows that specific scents also have the ability to influence our physical health—by reducing stress, boosting mood, and promoting better sleep. Burn a fragrant soy candle with a soothing smell, like our Blood Orange essential oil scented Nightcap Candle, to relax, unwind, and feel better when you’re in your bedroom. 

  1. A Comfy Chair

A comfy chair can turn an empty bedroom corner into a relaxing reading nook in no time. Employ a well-stuffed armchair upholstered in a plush fabric, like the velvety Issa Armchair by Inside Weather, to create a cozy lounge for kicking back inside your bedroom. 


Caroline is a writer living in New York City. She contributes regularly to publications including The New York Times, AD, and Apartment Therapy. When she’s not covering the latest in art, interiors, and design, she’s usually playing music, watering (and talking to) her plants, or hanging with her rescue bunnies, Daisy and Daffodil. You can find more of her work at carolinecameronb.com.

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