Minimalism has long been a popular look for social areas of the home, but the rising popularity of low-profile beds and greyscale color palettes indicates that minimalist bedrooms are catching up quickly. And for good reason! This philosophy streamlines bedrooms to their fundamental purpose as a place to clear the mind away from the responsibilities and struggles of everyday life. While walls dotted with posters or knick-knacks have a certain comforting charm, removing clutter allows the room to reflect the raw atmosphere of nightfall or daybreak. This post offers 40 examples for inspiration.
Let’s start with a few bedrooms that rely on natural elements as their main source of decoration, a warm and inviting alternative to the stark aesthetic so many associates with minimalism. Plants and exposed brick keep this bedroom simple and close to nature.
This one takes a similar approach with a textural accent wall and an emphasis on natural wood. The sculptural lighting adds a subtle artistic element to the design.
Sometimes minimalism can effectively highlight an artistic element, a gorgeous whale triptych in this case. It sets the stage for an emphasis on the pale mauve details while lending a touch of blue to make the potted plants pop.
With windows like these, it makes sense to opt for a low bed to preserve the line of sight. This room has a lot going on between the artwork, windows, and cabinetry so the low bed platform minimizes one source of visual clutter so the landscape can shine.
The feminine charm in this beautiful white bedroom is unmissable.