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Left side: a room stripped down to the studs and foundation. Right side: Fully furnished and made over bedroom.
Sometimes, to create the ultimate bedroom retreat, a top-to-bottom transformation is needed.
Creating the bedroom of your dreams need not come with a nightmare-inducing price tag. Here's how to get it done on the cheap.
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Three adults sharing a bowl of snacks while watching a movie at a sleepover
How to host a night of crafts and self-care with your friends.
Two people sitting on a bed in a studio space that's been maximized with functional furniture and storage units
How to make your space look bigger, clutter-free, and full of your own flair.
College student on a comfy dorm bed set up, filled with pillows and new sheets.
School mattresses can be pretty bad. Here’s how to make your dorm bed feel like sleeping at home.

1. Make sure your bedding is fresh

Dust mites, dirt, and dead skin cells can build up over time. Don't let them be your oldest bed partners.

2. Do bed-related laundry once a week

Rule of thumb: Wash anything your body touches once a week. For other items, follow our laundry guidelines.

3. Vacuum around your bed

Did you know your curtains are dust-collecting culprits too? Keep them on your to-do list when vacuuming.

4. Practice literal sleep hygiene

Sleep hygiene here means habits and practices that keep you sleeping well. Follow these foundational tips.
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Let’s be honest: guest rooms often play second fiddle to primary bedrooms. But shouldn’t your visitors – from distant relatives to close friends – also feel at home in a comfy, cozy space?
Bedroom interior in the night
Interior designer Patrick Sutton describes two subtle elements that make a sleep space cozy.
Tech Tuckaway Nightstand DIY
Remove the tempting lure of nighttime electronic use with this smart anti-clutter do-it-yourself project.
Thanks to a jet-setting dad, Patrick Sutton was exposed to luxurious hotels all over the world at a young age. Now he designs them himself. He shares some of his top tips for creating the best bedroom.
Woman adjusting air conditioner unit to create a better sleep environment for her room
Temperature makes a huge impact on sleep, so it’s important to nail the right range for your sleep setup.  
Illustration of someone kicking off their sandals before getting into bed
If you wear sandals or sweat a lot, the answer is probably yes.
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