If tossing and turning is your typical prelude to sleep, then maybe it’s time to reset your routine. The long list of factors that can upset a proper night of Z’s is exhausting, ranging from the tidiness of your room to your pre-sleep screen time to whether your pillows are free of—yuck—microscopic dust mites.
These three experts share tips to help ease you into a sound night’s rest so you can wake up feeling refreshed.
When revamping the Oakland home of Ayurvedic practitioner Sachi Doctor (pictured), Jung relied on textures and an understated palette for a soothing space. “I regularly recommend linen bedding, because it’s a breathable fabric that keeps you cool in the summer and warm in the winter,” she says. Orkney Linen
Duvet Cover, from $285; roughlinen.com. Channeled Cotton Quilt, from $169; schoolhouse.com. Agnes Pillow, $140; minna-goods.com. Reactor Vase, $200; sarapaloma.com
MANAGE NATURAL LIGHT
“The ability to control the amount of natural light coming into your bedroom is key to a restful night’s sleep. Consider either blackout shades or light-filtering curtains, depending on whether you are ultra-sensitive to light or need a bit of light to wake up properly.”
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September - October 2019