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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.
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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.
A guest bedroom decorated to celebrate Christmas and the holidays: A bed with two pillows and dark bedding, a string of decorative stars over the headboard, and garland with lights.
The right bedding and décor accents can help guests feel right at home.
A family of four kids and two parents enjoy a holiday morning in matching family Christmas pajamas. The mother and daughter are reading a book, the father is interacting with the youngest son, and the two other sons are focused on their gifts.
Wake up to a winter wonderland in these holiday-themed pajamas.
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From paint color to plants, here’s what you need — and what you don’t need — for a bedroom design that’ll encourage quality Zzz’s.
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It can be a big investment, but the way I feel when I wake up in the morning pays for itself.
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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?
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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.
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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.
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It’s the little gift I give myself before bed each night.
Close up of a cozy bed with a nightstand next to the side
From paint color to plants, here’s what you need — and what you don’t need — for a bedroom design that’ll encourage quality Zzz’s.
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