Room temperature is an expression that describes a comfortable indoor temperature, which, for most people is around 70 degrees Fahrenheit. A comfortable temperature is a heat level that feels neither hot nor cold.
A comfortable indoor temperature may vary with seasons because of the clothing being worn. In summer, when lighter clothing is worn, a comfortable temperature may be 73 degrees Fahrenheit, while in winter, when heavier clothing is being worn, a comfortable temperature may be 68 degrees Fahrenheit. Another consideration is the room's purpose. Rooms used for sedentary activities, such as bedrooms, may be more comfortable at a higher temperature, such as 75 degrees Fahrenheit, because people may feel colder lying down than when standing and moving.