Ensuring Guests Get A Good Night’s Sleep
Planning and decorating your rooms with relaxation in mind is the ultimate way to make sure that guests are as comfortable as possible when staying with you. So, what are some of the best ways to achieve that ultimate sense of calm?
Firstly, consider the colours that you use to decorate bedrooms. Soft, muted colours such as whites, greys, creams and beiges are pretty fool-proof and will soothe your guests during their stay. Not only that, they are timeless and chic, meaning that they will not date over time.
When it comes to décor, textures are also important. Offset neutral tones with iridescent accents such as glass or silver. This can easily be done by including glass light fittings, mirrors, silver details and metallic accessories. Also consider introducing textures such as faux fur, silk, velvet or embroidery. This will add a luxurious feel that’s bound to make guests feel at ease.
The layout of the room is also important. Whether or not you’re a follower of feng shui, there are some key things that you can take away from this practice. For example, make sure that guests can move easily around the bed or any other furniture; avoid placing the bed directly facing the door; and consider including a cabinet for television equipment, so that guests can close it away when they go to sleep.
Quality bed linen is essential for guests to get a good night’s sleep. Not only does it look and feel comforting, linen is a temperature-regulating fabric that keeps users warm in the winter and cool in the summer, and its absorbency makes moisture disappear. Meanwhile, it is natural and breathable to allow optimum comfort for the sleeper. In fact, a study by the University of Milan once found that samples fell asleep faster, slept deeper and woke up in a better mood after sleeping on linen sheets!
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