This room has a wonderful sense of symmetry and a lack of distractions.
A clean white space with a puffy duvet can feel like a luxury hotel. Also, that reading light is perfectly placed for pre-sleep literature. Again, Cormac McCarthy is not recommended. Stephen King, I cannot read anything you wrote right before bed either!
A high ceiling and lots of open space is good for air flow.
This room feels like it's halfway exposed to the great outdoors. I find this relaxing, though people who hate the great outdoors may not.
Having somewhere to relax and read other than your bed during the day is a great feature.
Soft linens and blankets that help you transform into a human burrito are always a good thing.
Soft curtains in a pleasing hue, a lovely portrait and a fireplace - this is a perfect spot!
Soft glowing light can bring you closer to a good R.E.M. cycle.
Having a bouquet of flowers is always a lovely touch.
I knew this girl in college who used to get into her single bed and fall aleep immediately even when it had half her wardrobe, some sneakers, and a Brother Word Processor on it. I never understood how that was possible. Having a place to dump your belongings beside you bed is a good idea. It keeps things cleaner and out of your line of vision.
This was the room that inspired this ideabook. I love the framed wallpaper, the light linens and the dimmable chandelier.
This is cabin/cottage comfy at its bet. The room has a theme but the neutral colors keep it from being "theme-y."
Soft, neat and neutral.