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Your Checklist for Creating a Minimalist Bedroom

November 10, 2019

Minimalist Bedroom with Natural Light

Ask any Marie Kondo fan how they feel about a minimalist approach to home design and décor, and they will probably tell you it sparks joy. Pop culture aside, there is a reason why minimalist design in the home can help promote happiness, ease stress, and encourage relaxation. Our homes are meant to be safe, cozy places for our families and refuges from the hustle and grind of daily life. The bedroom is especially important because it’s where we honor our bodies’ needs to rest and recharge in order to function optimally. Even so, many forget to treat their bedrooms as sleep sanctuaries, allowing clutter to build up in the form of strewn clothing, excessive décor, and even endless cables from televisions and other electronic devices. Here, we will explore the benefits of rethinking your bedroom’s purpose and décor, so you can create a minimalist environment that sparks not only joy- but more restful sleep.

What Is Minimalism?

Minimalism in home design and décor is all about creating clean, clutter-free environments with open space, clean lines, and neutral colors to promote serenity and relaxation. Or, to put it more simply, it means “less is more”. Having only emerged recently as a trend, minimalism challenges people to prioritize the feeling a home and/or room evokes versus the fashion or personality it expresses. This, in turn, can help transform a home from a “place that holds our stuff” into a “place where we go for the peace, calm, and happiness we need to reset and recharge our bodies and minds.”

 

Why Minimalism in the Bedroom?

Many would argue that the bedroom is the most important room in the home. After all, it’s where most of us spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping, which is the most vital function the body performs to keep us alive and well. Even so, bedrooms tend to be overlooked when it comes to décor simply because they are rarely exposed to others. For some, this means the bedroom is typically where unfolded laundry, unopened boxes, and other “stuff” gets strewn. For others, this means that décor is overlooked all together while all other rooms in the home are prioritized.

 

But, did you know that by transforming your bedroom into a sanctuary for rest and relaxation through minimalism, you can potentially improve the quality of your sleep? With better sleep comes improved mood, more energy to do the activities you love, and more focus to apply at home and at work.

 

Sounds great…but where does one start? We have a checklist for that!

 

Your Minimalist Bedroom Transformation Checklist

 

  • First, de-clutter. Take a look around your bedroom and think about what you can store, give away, or put elsewhere. E.g., that pile of clothes you’ve been meaning to donate isn’t doing anyone any good just hanging out in a pile in the corner.
  • Feng-Shui. You don’t necessarily have to invest in new bedroom furniture to go minimalist. Once you have de-cluttered, consider rearranging the furniture to open up more space and create clean lines. Don’t be afraid to experiment, either. You may end up loving a layout you had never even imagined before!
  • Consider colors. Take a close look at the color of your bedroom walls. Does it help promote a sense of calm? Does it complement the open space, clean line approach? While DIY bedroom painting may not sound like the most fun thing to do, setting aside a couple of days to change the color can completely transform the look and feel of your bedroom. Don’t worry if you are someone who absolutely loves bold, bright colors - you can still incorporate “pops” throughout the bedroom with things like throw pillows and picture frames.
  • Control the Light. Exposure to natural light during the daytime can help boost your mood while also emphasizing the open spaces and clean lines of your new minimalist bedroom. Choose curtains or blinds that allow for optimal daytime exposure while also working to block out artificial light at night.
  • Rethink your relationship with devices. If your bedroom is truly going to become your sanctuary for sleep, it’s time to think about giving your television and other devices the boot. Not only do these devices cause distraction from winding down your mind, but they can also cause clutter by taking up space. Plus, no one likes staring at the pile of tangled cords in the corner!

 

By implementing the steps in this handy checklist, you will be on your way to transforming your bedroom into a haven for rest and relaxation in no time! Looking for more inspiration? Check out these beautiful ideas from Elle Décor.

 

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