Your Essential Spring Clean Checklist for Luxurious Rest
Spring is officially here. Amid bluebells and daffodils, it’s high time to get the marigolds out too. Spring cleaning is important for maintaining a luxurious, relaxing bedroom, which in turn helps improve your sleep and wellness.
According to a study by the Sleep Foundation, a tidy bedroom can increase sleep quality by up to 20%. So, with spring cleaning season upon us, let’s delve into the importance of bedroom organisation with our top seven tips for essential spring cleaning.
4. Establish a nightly reset routine
We’re firm believers in the importance of a nightly reset routine, and springtime is the perfect time to do it. So if time isn’t on your side, carve out just five minutes each night to reset your bedroom by putting away clothes, tidying surfaces, and preparing your space for a good night's sleep.
Not only will this simple routine help maintain the luxury and organisation achieved during your spring cleaning efforts, but you’ll create a bedtime habit that tells your brain it is time to wind down.
5. Incorporate greenery and earth tones
Plants have a number of benefits when it comes to sleep quality, and they are a great way to incorporate relaxing earth tones into your bedroom.
Refresh your bedroom with a touch of nature by adding plants during your spring clean, the perfect decoration for the season of growth. Choose low-maintenance foliage, such as a snake plant or pothos, which will also help purify the air, promote relaxation and improve wellbeing.
7. Rotate and clean your mattress
A well-maintained mattress is essential to a healthier sleeping environment and improved sleep quality, which is why it is so important to invest in a high-quality mattress to begin with.
A thoughtfully organised and tidy bedroom plays a crucial role in improving your sleep quality and overall wellbeing. By incorporating these tips into your spring cleaning routine, you'll not only transform your bedroom into a haven of relaxation but also set the foundation for healthier sleeping habits and increased productivity.