How to Design a Minimalist Bedroom That Reflects Your Personal Taste

Minimalist bedrooms can be hard to come up with, not for the reason that furnishings and home wares required are hard to source, however because when furnishing a place everyone has a knack for purchasing too many things and cluttering what could potentially be considered a good look.

A common principle is always to keep everything as simple as possible, so if you consider everything being a box in just a box… You’ll find it tough to over-complicate the style. You can buy simple box wardrobes, box bed bases and much more, retaining the sleek lines and uncomplicated surfaces.

If you want to give a dash of bohemian flair, you could create a minimalist room in a single colour then pick contrasting bohemian pieces, what about a damask bed spread or possibly a rustic, luxurious chair to go at your desk. The devil is in the detail, because in which the detail is added, the minimalism around it instantly draws added attention.

So effectively, you need to draw a straightforward, minimalist canvas of a bedroom to start with. As well as employing the ‘box in the box’ method, it is prudent to decorate within the main one colour, or possibly a limited palette of similar shades, all white by way of example. This way, every time a contrasting piece is added, it’s greater impact i.e. adding a beige throw inside a white room to provide warmth.

Once you’ve your sleek, minimal canvas start to accessorise. Black and white prints in bold frames are very effective. Collecting them all onto one wall, or in a single place like above a bed is a good way to go; that may help you, floating shelves are a good choice and they can be purchased cheaply from IKEA.

You can also use reclaimed timber pieces to add a rustic effect, to pay part of an wall or as being a mirror frame. Dark shades applied to the floor, whether it is carpet or wooden floor, allows you ground light coloured rooms throwing the furniture into relief.

We cannot benefit accessories, but we can help you plan your living area and consult with you on how best to suit your bedroom accessories. If you are short for ideas or need some inspiration or friendly advice, e-mail us at Pinnacle KBB or visit our bedroom showroom.