30 Chic Minimalist Bedroom Ideas

Minimalism is one of those design styles that gets confusing quickly. Often mixed up with modernism on its own, it’s actually much more than that — a minimalist space can be sleek and contemporary or even fully traditional, in the hands of the right designer. What matters most is the way the furnishings in the space are used — sparingly, very intentionally and with a full focus on the interplay of pieces together.

Minimalism also doesn’t have to be stark and colorless or cold and dark: on the contrary, minimalist spaces can use a variety of colors, from bright whites to bold blacks, to make the perfect design statement. As you’ll see in the images below, these rooms can run the gamut from light and airy Hamptons beach homes to sky-high penthouses and cozy, cottage-y apartments.

Bedrooms are perhaps the most challenging room to streamline, since this is the most personal, intimate space in the home. These are often rooms that can become cluttered with curios and tchotchkes (not to mention actual clothing), but with guidance from a creative design professional, minimalist bedrooms can be the show-stopping centerpiece of any home.

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Designers kick off ‘Market on the Move’ in NYC

While the High Point Market returned in October after its spring edition was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many in the industry still couldn’t attend for a number of reasons.

Designers Alexa Hampton and Thom Filicia noticed that many of their contemporaries, particularly those in the greater New York/New Jersey area, were missing, and each separately began thinking of ways to bring a piece of the experience to the region. When they compared notes and realized they were both thinking the same thing, they decided to pool their efforts. Called “Market on the Move,” it is it a pop-up initiative that, should it go well, could be done in other markets around the country moving forward.

The designers shared how it came together while on a call with Home Accents Today.

“It was a little different this time and great in a lot of ways but we missed seeing people that we typically see. Alexa and I were separately thinking about how to connect with people who didn’t have the opportunity to see it,” Filicia said. “Maybe it would be great to utilize the showroom I have in New York and show some of our favorite pieces from market.