Going for pared down aesthetics for your bedroom? Here are some tricks to making it look “minimal” rather than “boring”.
Frame the bed area with graphic wallpaper.
(Interior design by Studio JP)
Focus on one outstanding design element like this faceted ceiling-cum-headboard and pare the rest of the home’s aesthetics back.
(Interior design by Metaphor Studio)
Restrain the use of concrete screed to 1 wall and contrast it with lots of white for a crisp contrast.
(Interior design by Project File)
Swop a conventional bed frame for one that’s made out of pallets.
(Interior design by Prozfile)
A platform instantly raises a bedroom’s stylishness.
(Interior design by Dwell Interior Design)
Indulge in a plush, larger-than-usual bed frame to anchor a bare room.
(Interior design by JQ Ong/ The Association)
Reduce visual clutter by customising a bed frame that extends out to a bed side table.
(Interior design by Space Sense)
Create a cosy den by cladding the walls and ceiling with timber strips.
(Interior design by Studio XMSL)
Introduce vibrant colours with soft furnishings.
(Interior design by wynk;collaborative)
Instead of a standard bedside table to place your knick-knacks, create wall niches to hold them instead.
(Interior design by Free Space Intent)
Turn an all-white bedroom around with a jet black feature wall as a bold statement.
(Interior design by Three-D Conceptwerke)
Attention all bag ladies! Remember that bags can sit in for conventional home accessories to style and decorate your room too!
(Interior design by W2DA)