Sleep is one of my favorite pastimes but I bet I’m not alone in feeling that getting good quality shut-eye can be a challenge at times. Wondering what this topic has to do with interior design? Keep reading!
One of the lasting effects from the pandemic is the fact that more people are working from home, either full time or at least a few days a week. Knowing firsthand what a big change that is, I’m pleased to offer the following tips to help home workers stay on track:
Getting a better night’s rest starts with creating a safe haven for yourself in the bedroom. Here are some simple ideas that may help:
Diane’s Take: Window treatments are an essential in getting a good night’s sleep. As an expert in window treatment products, I can assist with choosing blackout or light-filtering shades or drapes that will allow your body’s natural circadian rhythm to thrive.