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Master Bedroom Makeovers with Environmental Psychology

Personal Sanctuary Bedroom Makeover

Perhaps you'd rather turn your main bedroom into a personal retreat, where you can escape and unwind from a busy day. Surround yourself with photos of friends, family, and places you love, as well as your favorite artwork and meaningful mementos.

Don't crowd your bedroom. Under-furnished private sanctuaries give you the space to contemplate and daydream. Rooms with few accessories take less time to clean.

Good colors for private sanctuaries include dark Forest Greens, deep Chocolates, Mochas, Navy or Cobalt Blues, and Eggplant. Darker colors create a womb-like feeling and aid deep sleep.

A writing desk, accompanied by a comfortable chair, induces journal and letter writing. A small refrigerator will make you feel as if you can enjoy your time in the bedroom without interruption, and a television offers the opportunity to watch your favorite movies and shows.

Room-darkening window coverings  encourage deep sleep and aid in the restoration of your soul. The same goes for dark sheets and pillow cases which reflect less light.

Environmental Psychology tips: Use natural fabrics and earth colors.

Makeover your master bedroom into your private sanctuary and restore your soul!

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