The kitchen and master bath often get all of the attention when it comes to the "wow" factor in a new home. But once you're moved in, there is one room that may be more important than any other - the master bedroom.
Getting a good nights sleep is vital for your health and well-being, especially after a big life event such as moving into a new home.
So how can you make your new master bedroom a sleep sanctuary?
Here are a few ideas:
1. Keep it dark. Make this one of the first rooms that gets window treatments to block out the sun and heat.
2. When setting up your electronics (chargers, cable box, modems) try to position them in a way that their lights are not pointing toward you and possibly disrupting your sleep.
3. Figure out your best sleep temperature. The rule of thumb for sleeping is to keep the temp at 65 degrees. Make sure you don't have too much or too little bedding that will wake you up at night.
4. If you have outside noise that wakes you up at night, invest in sound machine or fan for white noise.
5. Have plants in your room to improve indoor air quality. Certain scents such as lavender and vanilla are natural sleep enhancers.
What do you do to create the perfect sleep environment?