The space we’re in impacts the way we feel whether we’re conscious of it or not. So, for intuitive souls like you, adapting your environment can have a big impact. We spend a third of our lives in bed so creating a bedroom that delights the senses and helps make it easier to get a restorative night’s rest is a worthwhile investment

Try these tips to transform your bedroom into a haven where good quality sleep comes easy…

Keep your cool – Keep the room temperature low (19 degrees perfect) and have a window open to help cool air flow. Choose natural fibres that breathe and help you regulate your body temperature. Same with mattresses and pillows (memory foam holds the heat like you wouldn’t believe). Bed socks are perfect for those with poor circulation to avoid the curse of sleep distracting, cold feet

Delight in the dark – Light sends a signal to the body that it’s time to wake up, so being able to control light levels in your bedroom is a must. Add a blackout blind or lining to curtains and hide any flashing standby lights or latent light sources. Invest in a sleep mask to make doubly sure that you’ll be able to enjoy a night of delicious darkness

Scent yourself to sleep – Did you know that the bit of our brain that controls smell also controls sleep? That’s why aromatherapy is such a powerful way to alter your state of mind before bed and help you sleep better, easier. Find a way to weave essential oils into your nightly wind down routine and add an aromatherapy reed diffuser in to your bedroom so when you step inside you slip into sleep mode

Decide to declutter – It’s hard to feel totally calm in a room that’s cluttered. Have a good clear out, get storage that hides the essential from view and decorate with colours that make you feel zen. Make this the zone in your home that is calm, comfortable and conducive to sleep

Get Comfy – Surround yourself with softness – pillows, throws and cushions all help to make a space more welcoming. Invest in some new bedcovers - unlike other bedding materials, linen is also hypoallergenic and resistant to dirt. A lovely throw within arm’s reach doesn't just help provide an extra layer of warmth if you need it through the night - it also makes your bed look well dressed and 'finished'. Whether you go for the tucked in a smart look or prefer it thrown casually over the end of the bed - no matter