Warm, inviting and fuss-free – these minimalist bedrooms help you zen out
If there's one space in our home where we strive for minimalism, it is our bedrooms. While we are all for the organised chaos that our lives are, we’d rather leave it at the door of our bedrooms. Hence, we vote for minimalist bedrooms with clean lines, muted pastel shades and dim, diffused lighting. But that’s not it, the style allows us enough flexibility to add a pop of colour here or there (we’re looking at the occasional bright duvet and of course, lush green plants).
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The trademark of minimalist bedrooms is muted colours. Don’t shy away from using plenty of whites, plush pinks and even light greys.
Sometimes, all it takes to uplift your bedroom is a statement chandelier. So even if you don’t have a lot of furniture in your bedroom, it’s fine. That’s the beauty of minimalism – it allows you to play with scale.
Clean, straight-lined furniture in light colours work like a charm for minimalist interiors. These make the room seem visually light. For some texture, you can add a shaggy carpet or even mix things up with a brightly coloured duvet.
There’s also some pleasure in crossing over to the dark side. Matte blacks and glossy greys also combine beautifully for a minimalist bedroom. For a dash of brightness, you can choose curtains in solid colours.
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