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Jumpstart Your Day: 5 Minimalist Bedrooms You’d Love to Sleep In

These spaces are clean, crisp, and cozy

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You might be wondering why there are homeowners who'd rather have a simple, minimalist bedrooms instead of a space filled with lush fabrics, pops of color, and other accessories. If you think about it, it's really not surprising. Imagine a clean space with muted colors and well-selected furniture—these elements complete a calming bedroom that's perfect for a well-deserved rest!

If you've always wanted to give your bedroom a new look, you may want to consider the minimalist style. It maybe seen as plain by some, but the right combo can give your space a classic appeal that's just as cozy and interesting as the other styles. Let these photos change your mind:

Main photos from: The Design Chaser and Ultralinx.

Inject warmth into the room by adding select wooden pieces. Choose a wooden bed frame, a small side table, and another console at the foot of your bed to serve as storage for books and mini catchalls.

RL Tip: While you can keep your floors bare and as is, you can have a striped area rug to make your space even more inviting.

Photo from The Design Chaser.

Those who want to play with decor and wall accents while keeping within the theme can work with well-selected photos displayed in similar frames. Keep it simple by choosing wooden pieces in different sizes.

Photo from The LuxPad.

You may also do away with a bed frame if you want. Keep the bed snug by layering sheets, duvets, and fluffy pillows in light colors.

RL Tip: Can't seem to find the right light fixture? Let this room be your peg! Choose an industrial-inspired pendant lamp that can also serve as an accent piece in the space.

Photo from DigsDigs.

Achieve the style that you want even in a compact unit! Separate your sleeping area from the rest of the space using sheer curtains. Create a light and airy vibe by going all-white—from sheets, pillowcases, and even the color scheme.

RL Tip: Avoid a plain and boring space by displaying small potted plants. These wonders can also give your space a tranquil touch.

Photo from French by Design.

Since the style involves muted tones that add to the overall relaxing feel, play around with shades of gray and pair it with pristine white walls. Pick sheets and pillowcases in these colors. Complete the look of your space by opting for stainless steel side tables.

RL Tip: Make your bed extra comfortable by choosing Queen and King Size Pillows. 

Photo from Ultralinx.

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