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How to Create an Awesome Minimalistic Bedroom Design
05 Mar 2015

How to Create an Awesome Minimalistic Bedroom Design

There are all kinds of cool designs you can choose to make your bedroom look awesome, however; the minimalistic approach is one of the best. Keeping things simple in the bedroom will help you to sleep better at night.

Nobody likes to sleep in a room full of clutter! You need to get the balance just right so that your room doesn’t look cold or empty. Here’s how to create your very own minimalistic bedroom:

Use Neutral Colours

Neutral colours are the best base for a minimalistic bedroom. However, that doesn’t mean you just have to go for black and white. You could go for shades of brown, beige, and even some natural colours like blue and green. They help to create a tranquil, relaxed feeling. Use no more than 3 shades and try to keep a warm one in there so it doesn’t feel too cold.

Add a Pop of Colour

If you like colour, then add a colour pop. You don’t need to stick to every single room. I wouldn’t cover the whole room in colour, as that doesn’t spell out ‘minimalistic’ to anybody looking in. However, the room needs to work for you and your tastes. Add an accessory or two in a bright colour if you like. You could even add a sensible wall decal (this looks painted on, you can’t tell that it’s a sticker). Adding a sticker to a plain wall will stop the room from looking too empty and allows you to add just a smidge of personality.

Choose a Clean Cut Bed

You can buy all sizes and styles of bed. Choose a fairly clean cut style to add to the minimalistic approach. Memory foam mattresses will make sure your bed is comfortable even if it looks quite plain. It’s up to you whether you go for one with a headboard. Just make sure it isn’t too fancy as you’re trying to create space and airiness in a room.

Add a Plant or Flowers

Plants and flowers will add a nice effect to the room without overpowering it. Large green plants are especially clean looking but add life to a room and stop it from looking dull. If you don’t trust yourself to care for them, just get quality fakes.

Continue to Use Texture and Contrast

Lots of people make the mistake of using the same textures and contrasts all around the room. Just because you’re going for the minimalistic effect doesn’t mean you can’t use different textures and contrasts where you can. This helps the room to look more interesting and gives it depth.

Bear in mind you’re not trying to think of things you can add to a room, but things you can take away. You only want things that you absolutely must have in there. If you do this, you’ll find that you sleep better at night and clutter won’t get the better of you. Do you have any more tips for a minimalistic bedroom design? Leave a comment!

Lan An

Lan An is a professional editor in the field of architecture and interior design. Having a strong desire for architecture and design in her writing career, Lan An attempts to provide readers the most wonderful architectural news and projects.

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