6 Advantages to going minimal in the bedroom

We are defining “minimal” a little literal in this post — we are talking about bedrooms pretty since they only have the minimal amount of elements in them. They are not wall-to-wall stuff — and that avoidance of clutter and more things than actually needed can have quite a few benefits, both health and design wise. Here are some of our favorites to consider when trying deciding how much stuff to put in our bedroom design ideas.

Less stuff -less stuff to clean – less dust, dirt, and allergies

Conceivably one of the best advantages to having less physical stuff in our bedroom is fewer things to catch dust, fewer things to have to shove out from under our bed to vacuum and more.

 Bedrooms that lack clutter can be more peaceful

Everyone’s description of peaceful varies, of course, but unless we really derive our sense of calm from piles and stacks of dirty laundry and clutter, then we might benefit from taking the stuff level down in our bedroom a bit to see if it increases our peace.

 It is crazy easy to change out the look

Do we get pretty bored with our bedroom easily? Well, guess what — when we have only got a few furniture pieces and a piece of art or two, changing the look of the entire room is as easy as a new paint color, new bedspread or even just a new piece of art.

Just one element can make a bold look

In the same vein, it can be easier to make a powerful, bold look in a space when we have got a minimal amount of things, because something like an oversized piece of art or graphic, geometric bedspread will make a much larger statement than in a room where it’s surrounded by equally bold, patterned things.

Minimal rooms do not mind messy beds as much

Maybe it is just the occurrence of perfectly imperfect not-made beds in recent magazine photo spreads, but there is just something so stylish about a minimally modern bedroom with a bedspread barely thrown on top, folds, wrinkles and all. And sure shaves a few minutes off our morning pickup routine.

 Going for minimal design can occasionally mean saving money

It does not always mean more affordable — because of course, even just a few well-made furniture items can cost a lot if that is how we want to invest our money — but in general, less stuff can sometimes mean less money.

When we think of bedroom, we think of a comfortable bed. A bedroom is incomplete without this important furniture piece not only for functionality but also for adding to the beauty of the décor. There are different sizes obtainable in bed designs like small, medium and double sized. Double bed designs are elegant, classy and highly comfortable. This bed design is capable of adding a mysterious appeal to the bedroom décor while accommodating just the right space a bed should. If we have a small room, a double bed design is a perfect fit as it will leave enough space for moving. To find out more about our showflat designer in Singapore click here.

6 Advantages to going minimal in the bedroom