Minimal is the art of doing more with less, it's sophisticated but looks effortless. By it's nature minimal design requires a high degree of thought and perspective. It requires careful planning and selection of pieces.
Our approach to design, choosing to place the bed and selecting the bed. Traditionally people often buy six piece set, the bed, two side table, a drawer, a vanity and a tall closet for convenience and economical purpose. It's better to select on functional ergonomics and then the esthetic of the bed.
This will be one place were storage and function is need. Space for your phone, phone charging station, alarm clock, lamp and more. Its best that it has a front drawer, allowing items such as creams, note pads to be hidden away.
While there are many colors and patterns bedding to choose from, minimal bedrooms prefer neutral colors and quality material. Focusing on textures and design.
Art or a focal point that makes a room interesting. This may not be a literal art piece but instead could be a piece of furniture like a chair or a sculpture. It also includes statement lighting.