You don't need us to tell you that these days, it's getting harder and harder to "unplug". With the fast paced advance of technology, we find ourselves absolutely pinned down to not only work, but to our social lives. 24 hours a day. That's why we're committing to making our bedroom our sanctuary. Creating a pleasant space to rest and recharge is the tip of the iceberg. We're going the extra mile and furnishing our sleep spaces with the items that not only truly boost the quality of our sleep, but our health. Below, all the items you need to have sweet, sweet dreams, and more. -Tamara Rappa
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Your bedside table is not meant to be an afterthought that simply coordinates with your bed. Fill it with a notebook and pen, books, lotion, lip balm.
Did you know that the harsh blue light we experience when using phones, tablets, laptops and watching television wreaks havoc on our body's production of melatonin? Counteract the effects by throwing these on before bed.
From Cheryl Strayed, this is one of the hands down best book of quotes to inspire and empower.
Start your morning by clearing your head with a minute of journaling; use a notebook to jot down dreams from the night before.
A dream dictionary will help you discover what you're really thinking over the course of a night's sleep.
Our favorite diffuser pumps essential oil-scented mist for countless hours. Bonus: switch on your diffuser nightly to keep heat from drying out skin.
Lavender is the single most important scent to aid in a calm and serene atmosphere conducive to sleep. Add some to your diffuser. Always.
The best rated sleep mask on the market. Enough said.
Satin sheets are not only soft to the touch but they help to prevent wrinkles and lines on skin. Yes please!
Plants bring oxygen and life to a room. Reinforce your sense of well being by tending to this natural wonder, and be reminded of it every day.
Remove unwanted gases, allergens and pollutants from your bedroom with this air purifier that happens to look super chic.
Steep yourself in tradition: hang a dreamcatcher in sunny spot in your room, and catch bad dreams as the light hits it.