Ready to Move In? Here’s How You Need to Transform Your Bedroom.
Taking your relationship forward to cohabitation is a huge step. Living together with your significant other will give you a chance to be with them all the time and to get to know them on an even deeper level. Of course, the logistics of moving in together, finding space for your significant other’s belongings, and making them feel welcome and comfortable isn’t always so romantic.
One of the most important spaces in the home or apartment for your significant other to feel as though they are welcome is the bedroom. Chances are you have everything set up just the way you like it, which can be hard for someone moving in to see how they “fit into” things if you will. Here are some tips you can use that will help you transform your bedroom into a space meant for the two of you.
Invest in a New Mattress
A good place to start is with the bed itself. Clearly a good night’s sleep is important for each of you, so why not have a fresh start with a brand-new mattress that you both find supportive and comfortable. The best memory foam mattresses can be a great option for couples as the transfer of movement is very small. This means if one person is tossing and turning, the other is less likely to feel it. You can check out foam mattress reviews on the Sleep Sherpa website in order to help narrow down your options.
Declutter Your Room
If you’re like the majority of people out there, then you probably have some clutter. Before your significant other moves in you will want to take the time to do a massive declutter. What this will do is clean up the space and also create a lot more space for their belongings. Remember, you’re going to have to give them space in your closet and chest of drawers, so there’s a good chance a massive decluttering is the only way to make that possible.
Choose a Paint Color Together
A really inexpensive and simple way to transform the bedroom is to give it a fresh coat of paint, but rather than you making the choice for the two of you it’s a good idea to pick a color together. This can help your partner to feel included and welcome. It can then be your first renovation project that you do together.
Combine Your Furniture
The final tip is to take a look at both of your individual pieces of bedroom furniture and then find a way to combine the two together. One person shouldn’t have to give up everything, especially if they like the pieces that they have. The blend of the two furniture styles will create something unique to you both.
By taking these steps, you will be working to create a bedroom space that is comfortable and inviting for each of you and showcases each of your personalities.
Dallas Dorrall is passionate about music and is living her dream managing and promoting Nashville/Muscle Shoals based Country Music Artist, Johnny Collier, currently touring the US. While traveling, she enjoys reviewing new artists, restaurants and nightclubs. Dallas is crazy about her family and friends and attributes her enthusiasm for life to a quote by Marianne Williamson (which she still reads every day) entitled “Our Deepest Fear”.