Spire Spaces: Create Your Sleep Sanctuary


Spire Spaces: Sleep Sanctuary

When you are packed with gusto, which we know you are, your days can get hectic. You are adamant about capitalizing on your time and checking off your to do list. And let’s face it, as much as we want to believe that we have an unending sum of energy, we are all the same as our cell phones. We need to be recharged.

As you know, we are big believers that your space should be a reflection of your soul. If that’s the case, your bedroom should be your soul’s sanctuary in the physical world. It’s where you retreat to at the end of your long day in hopes of replenishing the energy that you have dispensed since whenever you left the comforts of that very room. It’s the place where you can remind yourself of your passions, intentions, and ambitions. It’s your own little safe haven where you can both relax and plot your next big move.

In that spirit, we collected 61 items, all under $100, that you can add to your room to create your own retreat house. Whether it’s that soft blanket you’d love to crawl under at the end of a tiresome day or the reading lamp you’d like for some inspiring evening reading, we’ve rounded up everything from PJs to duvets.

At the end of the day (no pun intended), it’s not about your decor design style or your Insta-worthy bedside table. It’s about creating a space that simply lets you exhale. After all, even Supergirl needs the Fortress of Solitude. Together, let’s create your sleep sanctuary.

Spire Spaces June

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featured image by Rach Martino

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Emily Raleigh

Emily is the Founder of Spire & Co. Since starting the brand in high school, she has spearheaded business development, community development, and marketing. Emily is a recent graduate of Fordham University, where she studied marketing, communications & media management, and digital design. When not working on Spire & Co, Emily can be found sailing, reading, exploring New York City, or on a bike–either finding her SOUL at SoulCycle or riding her rusty beach bike at her home on the Jersey Shore.

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