Other colours with a positive effect include yellow, which creates a warm and cosy atmosphere, stimulates the nervous system and aids relaxation. Green also creates a restful, calming environment, essential to inducing sleep. It's not surprising that blue came out top in the study,' says Colour Therapy and Holistic Interior Design Consultant, Suzy Chiazzari. Psychologically we relate blue to calm waters and blue sky, which we find very soothing.
The overall size is large enough to provide adequate clothes storage for two but small enough to fit most bedrooms the full-length mirror also makes it super practical, as you don't have to allow for extra wall space to hang one. Delivered in ready-assembled sections. Dimensions: H186 x W120 x D52cm.
Whatever your style or budget, we've got the latest and the best designs on the market to help you update your bedroom look. Featuring a flower and bee hand-drawn design, this bed linen is light and airy, bringing a fresh feel to the bedroom. Cosy it up with your colour of choice mustard is a popular trend this year and the chunky knit Moss Stitch cushion and throw are also from Joules.
Mirrored wardrobes are the ideal solution to give your bedroom an instant dressing-room feel. This sleek design features authentic routed details on the doors, with the mirror concealing a third door that offers extra storage. Behind the double doors is a metal hanging rail and high storage shelf, while the single mirrored doors hides a further three shelves for shoes, bags and storage boxes.
This beautiful oak bed would grace any country home. The wood is distressed by hand then finished in cotton and linen upholstery, which also rolls sumptuously over the upper edges of the headboard and footboard. Etienne super kingsize sleigh bedstead, £1,499, John Lewis.
And if you're worried about your teenage son, you've got good reason younger single lads, aged between 18-25, are officially the grubbiest age group, with 55% claiming to wash their sheets once every three months or less. The survey, carried out by mattress company Ergoflex, revealed that coupled-up Britons change their sheets most frequently every two weeks while single women change theirs every 2.5 weeks.