Not everyone’s relationship with sleep is always a good one. You might think that the team over here at The London Sleep Company always fall asleep in sumptuous, tidy bedrooms, get the full eight hours and rise bright eyed and bushy tailed, and often we do, but we’ve fallen out with sleep as well. Big. Many times. Nightmares, sleep talking, you name it. We’ve been there, done that and got the pyjamas.

But in the last few years we’ve managed to overhaul our sleep health. And we want to help you do the same.

The first stop on the journey to sleep health is the bedroom. It may seem obvious, but it is so often overlooked. The place we go to fall asleep needs to reflect its purpose. Too often, we fill our bedrooms with leftovers of the day and anticipations of tomorrow when they should be places of self-care, sleep and relaxation.

So here’s 5 top tips to achieving that dream bedroom: