The rooms in your home are the collection center for things that you do not use or do not even need. But we ignore that it is the space that we use every day to sleep and for that reason, it must be in harmony to provide real hours of rest and peace.
The minimalist trend means that all the rooms are free of accumulation spaces and that just by observing it manages to transmit peace. The intention of maintaining a unity of colours and objects has its art. So we wanted to show you ideas of how you could create minimalist rooms by taking inspiration from other people who have already joined this.
1. BASIC BLACK AND WHITE ELEMENTS
2. LESS ELEMENTS IN THE CORNERS
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i’ve been doing homework ALL day but last weekend i had some rare free time, and updated my room – here’s a little peek! it’s been so nice having a fresh space to work in this last week, changing things up every so often really makes a difference ✨ do you enjoy decorating? . . . . . . . . #ofsimplethings #minimalistwardrobe #tellyourstyle #allthingspretty #dakotalynne #portlandfashion #kinfolk #nycphotographer #personalstyle #postitfortheaesthetic #portlandphotographer #dakotalynnepresets #kinfolklife #peoplescreative #creativesontherise #pdxblogger #portlandlifestyleblogger #missdakotalynne #livethelittlethings #nycblogger #styleoflife #minimalist #alliseeispretty #gritandvirtue #pursuepretty #quietthechaos #minimalistroom #anthrohome #thedelightofdecor #howwedwell
3. False boxes to form furniture
This idea we love because using boxes with wooden designs that you can place strategically to simulate a piece of furniture, IS PERFECT. The intention of using each space or object to avoid filling your rest space with unnecessary elements is very well fulfilled in this idea.
4. ONE BASIC MIRROR
5. NATURAL PLANTS AS DECORATION
6. CLEAR COLOR PALETTE
7. PATTERN WALLS, WHY NOT?
8. ONE EMPTY SPACE FOR YOUR BEDROOM
If the space of your room allows it, try to leave only one side of the room to be occupied only by your bed. The idea is not to have elements so close that they overwhelm you or can end up in your bed after using them and not putting them back in place.
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It’s the weekend! Looking forward to a mini sleep in. Well actually no – we have rock climbing in the morning then last day of nippers Sunday morning 😩😂. Oh well…… at least I can dream of sleeping in this gorgeous bed from @abide_interiors with beautiful @garzieandmay Sage Devi quilt and stunning @feather_and_oak olive linen cushions and flax throw 💕😴
9. USE ONE WALL FOR A BOLD COLOR
10. FLOATING SHELVES AS A PRACTICAL SOLUTION
Hopefully, our selection has inspired you to create a new minimalist bedroom with your own style. Take advantage of the inspiration and make a change ASAP!
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