What to Get Rid Of in a Bedroom
Do you remember when we mentioned the main function of the bedroom is to help you relax and unwind? So, there shouldn't be anything that can interfere with that. Here are a few items that, if possible, it is better to move to another room (or get rid of):
I'm not a doctor, but I know for sure that the habit of watching TV in the bedroom before going to bed is a terrible habit that negatively affects your condition. How? Well… Flickering in the dark ruins your eyesight, the uncomfortable position in which you watch TV can cause back pain, and the flow of information pouring from the screen interferes with a restful sleep. It is best to remove the TV from your bedroom, and you'll see how much easier it becomes to fall asleep and most importantly, to sleep well!
As well as your laptop, documents, and anything that reminds you of work. How can you desire sleep if you're looking at things that remind you of what you haven't done or have to do? Please consider moving the work area to a different location. If that's not possible, hide the work area with a shelving unit.
The Chair No One Sits On
Practice shows that in due time, a lonely chair turns into a depository for clothes that are supposed to be in the laundry instead. It's so convenient, isn't it? This convenience is only temporary, think of how much time it takes to dig out what you need from the pile, and don’t get me started on how clothes get crumpled when you store them that way.
It's not that hard to break the habit, just take the chair out of the bedroom. Do it.
Another thing that might not be helping you to rest, simply by its purpose, is exercise equipment in the bedroom. It often suffers the same fate as chairs, from long inactivity they turn into a place where a pile of clothes accumulates.
…and other items that don't belong in the bedroom. Look around you, think about what else doesn't fit into the concept of a relaxing oasis. Our goal is to leave a minimum of furniture, decor, and other items to reduce the impact of visual noise and “soothe” the bedroom interior.