Welcome Home, San Francisco. With oversized windows, sleek modern finishes, and a variety of efficient floor plans from studio to one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, NEMA is designed to reflect the contemporary San Francisco lifestyle. As you enter your NEMA residence with your keyless entry door you’ll be welcomed with interiors made to inspire including an intelligently designed kitchen featuring Quartz countertops, slow close drawers, and stainless-steel appliances to make the most of your evenings in. At the end of your day, lower your roller shades and relish in your spacious bathroom with a soaking tub for the ultimate retreat. After a relaxing soak, bring the peaceful feeling into your bedroom by following these tips to create a relaxing space that will grant you a better night’s sleep and restore your energies. Your bedroom should be a space designated to calm and comfort you.

Color It Calm. Color has a powerful effect on mood and energy, and the right hues can transform your bedroom into a relaxing retreat. When choosing the palette for a tranquil room, the best choices are shades of green and blue, followed by gray.

Bring in the Calming Scents. One of the best ways to set the tone for your bedroom is with fragrance. Certain scents, such as lavender, vanilla and chamomile, are said to promote relaxation. Keep an aromatherapy lotion, linen spray, oil diffuser, or fresh cut flowers on your bedside table to help you unwind at night.

Ditch the Electronics. The ding of a notification from your phone, tablet or computer can be super distracting and make you feel restless. Make it bedroom policy that electronic devices go off at least an hour before bedtime or keep them out of the room altogether.

Keep It Cool. Try cooler thermostat settings to see what feels most comfortable to you, as each person will vary. You don’t want to sweat or shiver in the middle of the night. The sleep experts recommend we think of our bedrooms as caves: quiet, dark, and cool. Your NEMA Programmable thermostat with zoned heating will make it easy to find your ideal temp.

Lower the Light. The lighting in the room should be low wattage. When it’s time to relax, turn the lights down low enough to take the edge off, but bright enough so your eyes don’t need to strain.

Upgrade Your Bedding. Bedding plays a big role in sleep. Make sure every piece of your bedding is comfortable and clean, from the feel of the sheets and comforter to the firmness of your pillows. It should be so enticing and cozy that you can’t wait to get in. Try adding a pop of Pantone’s COTY to your bedroom with a new duvet or accessories.

Embrace the Quiet. Noises can also affect deep sleep cycles, even if you don’t remember waking. If you’re a light sleeper and especially sensitive to distracting noises, try using white noise to drown out the unwanted sounds.

Get Organized. A disorganized or cluttered space can distract you from drifting off and keep you from feeling relaxed. Put anything that belongs elsewhere in the house back in its proper place and cut down collectibles and artwork to just a few meaningful pieces. Your spacious NEMA closets will help to stash your items.

Make your Bed Each Morning. A National Sleep Foundation survey found that people who regularly make their beds in the morning are more likely to get a good night's sleep. It might be a small accomplishment, but making the bed sets the tone for the entire day. A quick fluff of the pillows and tug of the sheets and comforter takes only seconds, and it is the easiest way to make your entire bedroom look better instantly.

Looking for a little more space? NEMA San Francisco has two-bedroom residences with a kitchen island, walk-in closets, dual vanity bathrooms, and even an extra den or office space. Smart home technology makes each apartment secure, device-friendly, and effortlessly comfortable. Explore available units, compare floor plans, and make an appointment to view NEMA San Francisco.

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