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As an editor at House Beautiful, it's no surprise that I believe good design has the power to promote a positive mood. But there's also a pretty big crowd within the science community backing me up. For example, a 2015 survey published in the Journal of the Association for Psychological Science reports that most people feel like their emotional wellbeing is influenced (and in some cases, regulated) by a room's ambiance. And since your bedroom is where you go to rest and decompress, it should definitely be designed to help you do that.
A simple way to ensure your bedroom design promotes a positive mood and feels like a place you can unwind in? Make sure it reflects your style, incorporates your favorite materials, colors, and patterns, shines the right light, and maximizes space. If you need some inspiration to revamp your bedroom, you've come to the right place. We brainstormed 60 bedroom design ideas to help you create your own perfect resting space. No matter how bold you want to go, how large your room is, or what your design preference is, these bedroom decorating ideas, shopping tips, and designer examples are sure to inspire deeper, dreamier slumbers. Not to mention, they're sure to impress guests.
Giordano Bruno: OK - so the click bait headline says "more people blame Trump for the coronavirus", then when you actually read the article, it is really an approval/disapproval poll. Approval polls for President Trump have run roughly 50/50 for the past 3 years, just showing how polarized our nation is. One might hope that during a time of worldwide pandemic for a virus that originated in China (like so many others), that the people of our nation would pull together and put aside petty partisanship. I do believe most people have done just that, in spite of what this poll may indicate. The fact that our Federal government has provided guidance and support to the states and largely looked to the states to lead the effort in how to respond to this pandemic just supports how our constitution is supposed to work in a nation of 50 individual states, that each have primacy over the federal government on issues like this. In the end, no administration, at any level was going to get this 100% correct 100% of the time. I think President Trump has done a good job on this, and I think many of the state governors, from both side have done a good job. This virus is not political and people trying to make political gain are putting their political interests ahead of people's health.