Especially if it’s coming from the street or your neighbor’s home, you can’t always control the noise that surrounds your bedroom.

But you can lessen it by using these simple soundproofing techniques.

#1. Suppression of Sound

It might be loud outside your bedroom.

The noise that is bouncing about inside and outside of your home might make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep, whether it is your dog howling at the rustling of the trees outside or your teenagers’ insistence that they just must play their music at full power.

Here are seven quick techniques to drown out the noise and get some well-deserved shut-eye.

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#2. Close The Opening Under The Door.

You’ll be tossing and turning while hearing every joke on the talk program your husband is watching downstairs since sound may enter through the space under your bedroom door.

Apply rubber weatherstripping to the bottom of the door and seal the opening.

#3. Invest in a Better Bedroom Door

Bedrooms with hollow-core doors, which have an inner layer of cardboard or plastic and an outside layer of thin wood, are often louder than those with solid-wood doors.

You won’t have to hear your kid playing video games till the wee hours of the morning again if you replace a light-weight door with one that is made of heavy-duty solid wood.

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#4. Create a Cloud of Sound

A ceiling cloud, an acoustical foam “cloud” that is suspended from a room’s ceiling to remove echoes and absorb sounds, may be the solution to your noise problems if you are a dedicated soundproofer.

Ceiling clouds are expensive, but they are effective in lofted bedrooms or areas with very high ceilings.

#5. Organize the Space

The cost of soundproofing doesn’t always have to be high.

In actuality, you may take action to reduce bedroom noise without making any purchases.

Rearranging the furniture with the goal of absorbing sound and preventing it from reaching your ears might sometimes be all that is necessary.

Moving a large bookshelf or dresser to a hallway rear wall or one that faces the outside is an efficient approach to muffle sounds.

#6. Sound-Recording Drapes

When soundproofing curtains are used to cover windows, you receive two benefits: a lovely, calming aesthetic accent and efficient soundproofing to muffle the sounds of passing vehicles, sirens, and boisterous passersby.

#7. Boost the Sound Wall

Wallpaper is making a return, and this time, it has a bit more to offer.

It seems that certain wallpapers might aid in noise reduction.

Thick polyethylene foam is used to create soundproof wallpaper, which muffles noises and vibrations, even your neighbor’s buzzsaw snores from the flat across the hall.

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#8. Calming Paneling

You may quickly and efficiently reduce the amount of sound that enters your bedroom by tacking up some acoustic foam paneling on one or more of the walls.

You may have a little fun with the project since panels come in a range of textures and hues.

Then, those undesirable sounds may be a bit less annoying whether your neighbor cranks his Harley first thing in the morning or your child plays the violin late at night.

#9. Turn Everything Off.

You won’t be disturbed by a peep once you start using these soundproofing techniques.

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Written by Bob Matsuoka
Bob Matsuoka is a blogger and founder of RVing Beginner blog. He has been blogging for over five years, writing about his own family’s RV adventures, tips for people who are interested in buying an RV or taking their family on an adventure by RV.