If you’ve ever done any serious decluttering — the Marie Kondo method maybe? — you know the sense of accomplishment and calm that comes from creating a well-organized closet or dresser.
That same sense of serenity can be achieved in a room by adopting the same approach. In fact, the prime room for this is the bedroom. A minimalist bedroom can make it easier to unwind and relax, leading to a better night’s sleep. But does having a minimalist bedroom mean doing without the favourite creature comforts? Not really.
Minimalism means being spare and using the fewest – and simplest – elements to decorate the room. In the bedroom, this means avoiding clutter and items that are unnecessary for rest and sleep.