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Get a quieter bedroom

Make your bedroom a more relaxing and sleep-friendly zone by reducing noise. Here are three easy and budget-friendly tips to help you enjoy more peace and quiet.

A stool and the edge of a FYRESDAL bed on a floor with a lot of overlapping rugs with different patterns.
A stool and the edge of a FYRESDAL bed on a floor with a lot of overlapping rugs with different patterns.

Cut outside noise with a curtain

You can use a throw as a sound-absorbing curtain. Just put two hooks into your wall and hang up the throw with two curtain rings on clips. If you want to let light in but keep your privacy, put two more hooks lower down, fasten a cord between them and fold the throw over it.

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See all blankets & throws

Absorb floor sounds with rugs

Minimise the echoing noise of bare floors (and downstairs neighbours) with layers of rugs. Go for a mix of textures and your favourite styles for a cosy feel. Add a couple of unique handmade rugs for a one-of-a-kind floor!

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See all rugs

Thin walls? Hang up a rug

Reduce the noise coming through your wall by hanging a rug from a curtain rail. It will add a cosy, decorative touch, too. You can use more rugs to cover the whole wall and cut the noise down even more.

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See all large & medium rugs

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.