The best place to test out a minimalist approach to decor might just be the bedroom. Minimalist bedroomsremoving distractions—bright colors, busy patterns, unnecessary furniture and accessories—not only looks serene and sleek, it could also help you sleep better.
Keep reading to get inspired to simplify your own bedroom.
Mindel created a floating wall that silhouettes a 1954 lamp by Max Ingrand for FontanaArte; the Mindel-designed headboard is covered in a Holly Hunt Great Plains fabric (also used for the bed skirt), and the bed linens are by Pratesi. An amazing scandinavian design!
IMAGE CREDIT: MICHAEL MORAN
In a New York City apartment designed by Desai/Chia Architecture, the master bedroom features a Lumeo bed by Ligne Roset; the nightstands are by Blu Dot, the Brazo reading light is by Pablo Designs, and the bench is by CB2.
IMAGE CREDIT: JOSHUA MCHUGH
The master bedroom overlooks rolling terrain; the bedding is by RH, the sheepskin rug is by CB2, and the standing Buddha, like much of the couple’s collection of Chinese art, was found at Tom Swope Gallery.
IMAGE CREDIT: THOMAS LOOF
Modern home in New York City! Folding glass doors open the master bedroom to a porch; the midcentury Dunbar sofas are clad in a Rubelli fabric, and the cocktail table and wicker chair are vintage.
IMAGE CREDIT: NIKOLAS KOENIG
In the master suite of producer Brian Grazer’s Santa Monica, California, home, designed by Waldo Fernandez, Pierre Cardin lamps flank the bespoke bed, which is clad in a Moore & Giles suede and accented with a Tomas Maier mohair blanket.
IMAGE CREDIT: RICHARD POWERS
In a New York City duplex by architect Steven Harris, a Japanese wedding kimono lends a spark of color to the master bedroom, where a sculptural Isamu Noguchi floor lamp stands between the windows. Calvin Klein Home linens dress the bed and the nightstands are by Michael Reeves.