So what exactly do you need to achieve the minimalist bedroom look? A healthy Marie Kondo-inspired organization session, followed by a bedding refresh, a few thoughtful accessories, and maybe a light coat of paint. Ready to give your space the update it needs to help you relax after a long day? Take some of these 30 minimalist bedroom ideas and apply them to your own room.
What is Minimalism?
Minimalism It’s highly reductive, focusing on incorporating only the essential and necessary elements and getting rid of excess (i.e., decluttering).
A minimalist bedroom can be defined by clean lines. Restrained palette and a stripped-down simplicity. While furniture-filled rooms have loads of options to visually distract from the boring, benign, or broken, there’s a small margin for error in a minimalist space.
Minimalist Bedrooms That the Maximalists Defined
Having less stuff means everything in the room needs to be both gorgeous and practical. It’s also a time to decorate and shop with intention. Here are 42 minimalist bedrooms that are low on clutter and big on style.
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Personal style and aesthetic preferences aside, we can all agree that minimalism is having a major moment—and science gives it even more clout. So there really is a life-changing magic behind the method. And since your bedroom is the place you go to restore, relax, and reflect, minimalism can be especially impactful there.
I’m not saying you should just throw everything in your bedroom away and it call it day. In fact, minimalist design doesn’t translate to stark and boring. It’s about scaling back to create calming and thoughtful spaces. To prove it, here are 38 examples of minimalist bedrooms that the world and maximalists with a penchant for anything extra will both love.