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Tuesday, 14 October 2014

The Perfect Nights Sleep with John Lewis

A blog post on the perfect nights sleep with John Lewis Home, including relaxation techniques and comfy clothes
A blog post on the perfect nights sleep with John Lewis Home, including relaxation techniques and comfy clothes
A blog post on the perfect nights sleep with John Lewis Home, including relaxation techniques and comfy clothes
A blog post on the perfect nights sleep with John Lewis Home, including relaxation techniques and comfy clothes
Life at the moment just seems to be a never ending whirlwind of madness. Good madness, mind - but madness nonetheless.

Needless to say sleep is one of the things I look forward to most of late. It may sound silly but it's true - to function as the best possible version of myself a bloody good nights sleep is what I need.

My bedroom is my sanctuary. My quiet place. My escape. When I'm here it's for pure relaxation and that's just the way I like it.

So, what does a good nights sleep involve?

Asides from the world's comfiest bed (fact) it's the little things that help me sleep well.

I'll always have at least one bath a week to help me relax but something that's paramount for me is having wind down time before turning off the lights. I like to have a mug of peppermint tea, snuggle down in my comfies and read a book - forgive me for being old-fashioned but there needs to be a time where mobile phones are put down: allow yourself to remember who you are outside of the internet.

Almost every night I'll apply a body moisturiser with ingredients that promote a calm and deep sleep, such as lavender or chamomile and I'll also make sure I've laid out all my clothes for the next day.

You may say that all of the points above don't typically aid a good nights sleep - but it's all relative, it's about what your mind needs to relax. And it's these little things combined together that leave me with that tranquil, rested feeling.

What's your idea of the perfect nights sleep? Join in and share your tips using #JohnLewis on Twitter!


Duvet: Dunelm Mill
Cushions: John Lewis (baby deer + stag)
Teddy Bear: John Lewis
Bedside Lamps: The Range
Mugs: John Lewis
Throw: John Lewis
Foot Duvets: John Lewis

*Some of these items have been sent to me for review purposes. 
All opinions and views mentioned are my own.

12 comments:

Carly Rowena said...

That bed, those LEGS! Made me want to get cosy! Gorgeous as always.

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Josie said...

So many lovely products - I definitely need to check out the John Lewis homeward section!

Josie XOXO
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Sara Chergui said...

This room is looking so cosy and adorable !

Sara,
http://thecrimeofashion.blogspot.fr

Zoe Newlove said...

FOOT DUVETS. I NEED ME SOME FOOT DUVETS *makes a mental note to steal those next time i am up* x x x

Amber Rhodes said...

I really love that throw!
http://www.sweetwordsprettypictures.com

Kelly said...

Looks ever so comfy and soft. Wishing my room looks like this although if it did I'd probably have even more of a difficult time getting out of bed in the morning.
Kelly x
Kelly's Journal

Maddy said...

Love your bed, so pretty!
Maddy, xo // UNSTITCHEDD

ABeautyRomance said...

Your bed is beautiful :) x

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Abi S said...

So lovely! Great photos, I love those cushions so much! Abi :)
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Malia Choudhury said...

Love those slippers. Completely agree with having your clothes ready for the next morning

cmalia.blogspot.co.uk

Jo said...

So Cosy! I have to say my version of this post would look really different; my legs would be covered in tartan pyjamas which are 4 years old, and tucked into ugly bedsocks - I'd probably be clutching a too-strong cup of decaff-tea and watching Gossip Girl on Netflix as a guilty pleasure. But still, it relaxed me, and keeps me calm! I love a good evening ritual.

Jo xx

She Wears Burgundy

Richard C. Lambert said...

You may say that all of the points above don't typically aid a good nights sleep - but it's all relative, it's about what your mind needs to relax. And it's these little things combined together that leave me with that tranquil, rested feeling. z quiet

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