Bedroom / June 25, 2018 / Gaetane Noemi.
Is this bed actually floating? No, it's just a clever optical illusion, but it looks great and with lighting included, really looks minimal and stunning! With heritage roof beams and textural walls in place, nothing else is needed here and it still looks wonderfully usable and chic.
White, black and glass. That's all you need to curate a truly spectacular minimal bedroom and we love the boldness of this one! With literally only a bed in the sleeping area, it is a refreshing change from busy spaces that can't be conducive to a great night's sleep! Just look at that pared back en suite too.
If what you're after is a quiet bedroom that focuses on recuperation and the balance of body and mind health, you need to think about understated, sober colors for your bedroom. Think about pale grays, creams and biscuits shades, as they will all go together well.
The good old Murphy bed! When space is really at a premium in your small bedroom, why not keep the bed right out of the way, until you need it? When you're asleep, who cares what size your room is? A bed that folds up into the wall is the best of every world.
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