9 Simple Ways to Transform a Hectic Bedroom Into a Calming Sleep Oasis

Over the course of the past six months, we’ve all been through plenty of ups and downs. And while at times you may have been extra productive (remember banana bread?), there’s also likely been many periods of “I’ll get to that later” or “No one’s coming over anyway.”

In terms of the latter, nothing shows off your personal brand of chaos like your bedroom. From the corner that doubles as a workout studio and home office to the chair that’s become a designated laundry dumping zone, if your bedroom is currently giving off hectic energy, same.

So let's give that chair a rest—and transform your space back into a sleep-worthy zzz's zone with just a few cozy bedroom ideas. These affordable, calming finds from Walmart are all you need to help you breathe in, breathe out, and reclaim your room's chill factor.

Keep scrolling for cozy bedroom ideas that'll turn your space back into the sleep-inducing haven it was meant to be.

Step 1: The bed

No matter what the rest of your house looks like, you want your bedroom to feel like a warm hug to make up for whatever your day threw at you (being stylish enough to deserve the hashtag #bedroomgoals doesn't hurt, either).

Start with cozy sheets, a calm-inducing weighted blanket, and other solution-oriented staples from Walmart's Sleep Well hub. Then add a natural tray complete with a hygge-inspired candle, the book you're currently reading, and a trusty water carafe (so you can refill when that midnight thirst strikes), and you'll never want to leave again.

Step 2: The mood

Establishing peaceful areas around your room that fill you with joy is a vital part of creating a cozy home base. Fill a neutral cabinet with your (not-so-casually-styled) must-reads for a pop of color. Make it work double duty to stow away your laptop as well as any other office-related supplies at night to create clear work-sleep boundaries.

Outfit the rest of your book nook with some greenery (doesn't need to be real, y'all), a decorative vase filled with seasonal flowers or branches, and a diffuser to add a calming scent to the space. Sometimes the solution really is as simple as adding a few books and (faux) plants.

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Step 3: The feels

If any room in your house should feel the most like you, it's your bedroom. And adding artwork and other pieces that show off your personal style can make the space all the more welcoming when you're curling up under the covers at night. Also helpful? Immediately stepping out of bed into a super-plush pair of slippers.

Even if the rest of your place is still slightly in disarray (one room at a time), you can slide under your weighted blanket, pick out a book from your stash, and get to the good stuff: chilling out in the coziest bedroom.

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Photos: Tim Gibson for Well+Good

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