Minimalist Bedroom Decor
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Minimalist Bedroom Decor

How to Design a Minimalist Bedroom That Reflects Your Personal Taste

Minimalist Bedroom Decor. Minimalist bedrooms are quite difficult to put together, not because the furnishings and homewares required are hard to source, but simply because when furnishing a room people have a knack for buying too many things and cluttering what could potentially be a good look.

As the name suggests, the furnishings and accessories required to create a minimalist feel need to be minimal: less is indeed more.

A common rule of thumb is to keep everything as simple as possible, so if you think about everything as a box within a box… You’ll find it difficult to over-complicate the look. You can buy simple box wardrobes, box bed bases, and more, retaining sleek lines and uncomplicated surfaces. Read also: Wall Decor Bedroom Ideas

Some people do struggle with this however as they prefer the design of their furniture to reflect their tastes. What they fail to see is that with a minimalist interior, the few signature pieces you use within the room, automatically become the room’s focal points.

So if you like the minimalist look, but want to add a dash of bohemian flair, you could build a minimalist room in one color and then pick contrasting bohemian pieces, perhaps a damask bedspread or a rustic, luxurious chair to go at your desk. The devil is in the detail because where the detail is added, the minimalism around it instantly draws added attention.

So effectively, you need to draw a simple, minimalist canvas of a bedroom to begin with. As well as employing the ‘box in a box method, it is wise to decorate in just one color, or a limited palette of similar shades, all white for example. This way, when a contrasting piece is added, it has a greater impact i.e. adding a beige throw in a white room to add warmth. Read: Bedroom Lighting Ideas

Once you have your sleek, minimal canvas you can begin to accessorize. Black and white prints in bold frames work well. Collecting them all on one wall, or in one place like above a bed is a good way to go; to help you, floating shelves are a good choice and they can be bought cheaply from IKEA.

You can also use reclaimed timber pieces to add a rustic effect, to cover part of a wall, or as a mirror frame. Dark shades used on the floor, be it carpet or wooden floor, helps to ground light-colored rooms throwing the furniture into relief.

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