Decorating with minimalist bedroom furniture allows a designer to transform a boring room into a place where he or she feels most comfortable. The minimalist style does not follow any pre-determined set of rules, but it does have a definite spirit that pulls the decor together.
Here are some basic principles you should keep in mind when putting together a minimalist bedroom. Some ideas come from architectural drawings of mansions and traditional artistry but the basic principles are simple enough for anyone to understand and implement.
Simplicity – In choosing furniture, avoid something too complicated so that it appears to be too busy. Keep things to the bare minimum and keep everything else as minimalist as possible. Just because a pattern can look a little odd, doesn’t mean it needs to be eliminated completely.
Use existing fixtures and pieces instead of buying completely new ones. Using things that already exist will make the space seem even more spacious and you won’t feel guilty about purchasing them.
Remember to use contrast to draw attention away from things that are out of place. Let the color of the wall and other furnishings give you a sense of scale and space.
Stick to an energy-saving theme. Light, airy and open spaces are great for lounging in and will help you get more sleep at night. If there is a lot of clutter around, try to use a lighter color, or consider eliminating it completely and repositioning it to give the room a fresh and modern look.
Classic touches like draperies, rugs and lamps are usually simple enough to use for minimalist decoration and can work well. Just make sure that you use these elements in a way that brings a feeling of warmth and comfort and that it complements the minimalist decor.