If you're often struggling to keep up with the hustle and bustle of everyday life, maybe you should think about how you're sleeping. Whether you've gotten quality rest is a major factor in whether you can pay attention during the day. Sleeping regularly can keep your mind sharp and even improve your immune system, so it's imperative that you rest up while you can.
Those who want to ensure that they sleep well should take care that their decor reflects rest and relaxation. Whether you choose a soothing color for your walls, or drown out background noise, you can really improve your home with these small tweaks. If sounds from the street is keeping you from falling asleep at night, consider moving your bed to the opposite wall. This will allow more natural light to flood into the room unobstructed and help to get you away from a loud area.
If space allows, this will enable you to free up some room by your window where you can place a seating area. This can be a nice space to sit and chat or read, or catch up on bills and paperwork with a view.
Of course, you will probably want to block the view while you try to get some sleep, and there's no more elegant way to successfully darken a room than by using velvet blackout drapes. These curtains and drapes will keep you warm, keep light from coming in and help you sleep better no matter what.