THE MINIMALISTIC BEDROOM

posted by on 2011.02.23, under Get the Look
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A minimalistic bedroom is great for minimizing distraction and fostering relaxation. It should look intentional, however, not as if you’ve just moved in and haven’t gotten around to buying furniture yet. A simple color scheme and including a few well-edited accents helps in this. Oh, and another great thing about minimal? It really brings your costs down. This whole look is just $889.98.

The minimalist bedroom eschews flashy beds and headboards. The tall wood bed frame from West Elm also comes in white and dark brown. $169.

tall wood bed frame, $169 ON SALE

A utilitarian striped wool blanket makes for the ultimate minimalistic bedspread. $148.

Wool Blanket by Coyuchi, $148

The CB2 Fold Desk is streamlined and sturdy. $279.

fold desk , $279

Ikea’s Urban makes a good basic desk chair and won’t get in your way. $39.

Ikea Urban Chair, $39.99

It doesn’t get more minimalistic than Koncept’s LED floor lamp, available through The Conran Shop. $200.

I-TOWER LED FLOOR LAMP SILVER, $200

The barebones Hyllis shelving unit from IKEA in silver screams functionality. Get a few bins to conceal clutter in. $14.99.

Hyllis Shelving Unit, $14.99

Stash this sleek twin bell alarm clock from The Conran Shop next to your bed, using a stack of books as makeshift nightstand. $36.00.

TWIN BELL ALARM CLOCK, $36

A vintage movie poster adds a touch of color and flare. From $3.99 on Ebay.

Strangers in the Night vintage movie poster, $3.99


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