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Decorating a Small Nutured Bedroom Using Minimalism

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Okikiko.com – A small minimalist bedroom can be great for creating an atmosphere of rest and relaxation. You should, however, understand that you will not be able to create a traditional bedroom when it comes to this design style. Because there are so many different options to choose from. But if you plan to use a small bedroom as a base for your other smaller bedroom designs, here are some tips for maximizing space and creating a small, but welcoming and inviting bedroom.

Contemporary Design in a Minimalist Bedroom

Create A Contemporary Color Scheme Modern contemporary designers have found that using geometric patterns in the lines and shapes of the furniture and the walls creates a feeling of clarity. This is very true for smaller rooms as well as for a more compact home. Geometric patterns and sharp contrast work very well with small minimalist bedroom designs. So, stick to a clean, sleek, and straight-line that is simple but elegant. All colors should be crisp white or off-white in order to avoid creating a cluttered look. The last thing you want is to distract from the fact that the bed, nightstand, and vanity are the focal points of the room.

Use A Clean Palette When it comes to colors use a palette that is clean and crisp. Many modern designers prefer a monochromatic palette with clean edges so that the room flows well and has a sense of unity. Your small minimalist bedroom can easily become a sanctuary that you want to escape just as much as any other room in your house.

Adding Great Accessories in the Bedroom

Minimalist Decor Wall art and photographs are great accessories to add to your walls but you should keep in mind that most wall space must be used for photos and paintings which means that you need to keep the clutter to a minimum. Keep in mind that there should not be any clutter on your bedroom dresser and that any knick-knacks should be stored on your nightstand or shelf. In addition, you should try to accentuate the natural lighting in your bedroom. Use lamps with a low profile so that they do not overpower the room’s interior.

Color Palette Another aspect of the minimalistic interior design scene is to choose a color palette that is as bare as possible without giving off the appearance of impassiveness. There are two schools of thought when it comes to colors. One school of thought believes that bright, bold colors should be avoided because it makes the rooms look small and cramped whereas the other believes that light color schemes make the rooms look more elegant. Neither school of thought is right or wrong but it is up to you to choose what you think will best complement your bedrooms. A word of caution, though, when painting a room, avoid colors like black and white because they can sometimes give the impression that you are sleeping in a cave.

Tips for Choosing Bold Colors for a Contemporary Bedroom

Wall Colors Again, this is a personal choice. You can go with bold colors such as hot pink or orange to create a contemporary bedroom. You can also use earth tones in order to add a rustic vibe to the room. A great way to get the feel of bare-bones is to create an all-white bedroom with just a platform bed in the center of the room. This is a great way to pull out the minimalist effect while keeping with the minimalist theme.

Lighting Again, you are free to choose the lighting fixtures that you wish to use. I personally love under-cabinet lights, so I position them at eye level above the nook and cranny of the room. If you have bright windows, then you can use chandeliers or hanging lights. Remember, though, that if you put a large picture over a window, you must place a bright electric bulb above it or else it will make the picture totally white.

 

These are just some of the many ideas that you can use when planning your minimalist nook and cranny. Just remember that it doesn’t matter what kind of decor you go with as long as it is minimalistic and that it has that balance. It’s not necessary to go out and buy everything on the Minimalist palette; you can simply use the ideas that you already have in your home. For example, you can paint the walls in a neutral color such as off-white or off-natural beige. Or you can use some simple patterns or prints to accent the space.

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