Having a minimalist bedroom furniture can be both functional and stylish. Minimalist style in bedroom designs was first introduced in the 1980s by the Japanese. This movement toward a minimalistic style was started with the rejection of the standard forms of furniture and architecture. Since then, the minimalistic style has grown to embrace many styles and forms.
For a minimalist bedroom furniture palette, headboards, cabinets, chests, and beds should reflect this movement toward minimalism. Clean, crisp white is a great element to reflect this bedroom aesthetic. For the most practical look, steer away from upholstered models and instead opt for solid wood, with simple geometric shapes and patterns. The palette can include painted finishes or smooth, matte surfaces. The paint should be easily cleaned with a wipe or a sponge.
Wall lighting should be minimalist as well. Wall sconces, reading lights, and under-cabinet fixtures all make great accents to a minimalist bedroom furniture scheme. Wall colors and textures that match the walls are important as well. Warm browns, oranges, burnt rusts, and earthy hues are common colors that match most decors. Accents such as wrought iron or copper knobs and pulls can add extra flair to accents.
One of the best characteristics of minimalist bedroom furniture is the simple headboard shapes and designs. These types of headboards have one or two curves and don’t have complex ornamentation. They are usually made of a single block of wood and can be accented by vases and other small pieces of furniture.
Another hallmark of minimalist bedroom furniture is the use of the simplest form of material possible. The art of minimalism dictates that most objects in a room should be made up of at least fifty percent thinner materials than what would be found in a typical home. Because of this, most minimalist bedroom furniture sets will only use solid wood or glass. Because there is no need for frills or unnecessary embellishments on a minimalist bed frame or other piece, the cost is much less as well.
In the bedroom, it’s important to keep in mind that clean lines and simplistic designs are keys to comfort and convenience. Clean, crisp lines are easy to follow and provide homeowners a spacious feeling in their rooms. Clutter and chaos lead to feelings of anxiety and frustration in many homes, and they can also make sleeping more difficult. By creating a room free from excess baggage, you’ll sleep better at night, which can improve your overall mood and general well being.
Instead of busy, distracting wallpaper patterns and borders, choose a print that holds special meaning for you. Perhaps a photograph of a scenic sunset or a collage of favorite artworks will give your walls a warm, inviting glow, so they’re better able to convey the kind of impression you want to create in your bedroom. For a minimalist room without a lot of bright colors, opt for paint that is warm and neutral. Opt for paint that has similar hues to your wall color, but not exactly the same as it.
Another great way to achieve a clean, uncluttered look in your bedrooms is to accessorize with pieces of artwork that fit well with the style and colors of your walls. Art that is printed directly onto canvas will give your furniture an added wow factor, while images that are framed or hung on the wall come in a wide range of styles, sizes, and shapes. Framed art will add depth to the room and create a lovely aesthetic in your bedroom. Hanging a bright white wall image source behind a sleek, minimalist furniture set will keep the room looking simple and clean.