13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

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For those who have taken Marie Kondo’s advice and learned to live with less, these bedrooms showcase the chic side of minimalism.

WHITE OUT

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

A Fornasetti face pillow gets some shut-eye on the B&B Italia Charles bed. Framed paintings by Jens Jensen, Mantis sconces by Bernard Schottlander and rosewood nightstands by Ib Kofod-Larsen complete the scene. (Tour the home.)

SWEET DREAMS

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

Creating a peaceful, serene environment drove architect Eric Olsen’s concept for the master bedroom. Bocci pendants from Lumens Light + Living flank the custom platform bed. The lounge chairs on the adjacent terrace are from Gloster; the table is from Teak Warehouse. (Tour the home.)

ASIAN INSPIRATION

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

Chai Ming Studios’ Avalon bed and Lenox nightstand in cerused walnut, both from Gary Lee Studios, lend a modern, serene look to the master bedroom. Bedding is by Muse Bespoke; the bedside light is Porta Romana’s mouth-blown Lava lamp in Honey. The husband picked up the vintage Asian folding screen displayed over the bed at auction. (Tour the home.)

SEASIDE SERENITY

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

For the polished master bedroom, which opens onto a balcony with clear ocean views, designers Carola Hinojosa and Sabrina MacLean turned to Holly Hunt for the bed, headboard, leather bench, rug and bedside tables. The crisp white-and-beige bedding is by Privilegio Milano, and the frosted-glass vases are by Minotti. (Tour the home.)

PERFECTLY ZEN

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

A calming palette in the master bedroom encourages relaxation and positive energy. The furnishings include a Pianca bedside table and a Couture armchair from BD Barcelona Design, both from BeDesign. Pablo Designs pendant lighting is from YLighting. The Udo Noger painting is from Laura Rathe Fine Art. (Tour the home.)

HAVE YOU ANY WOOL?

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

The master bedroom was designed to be a “serene, modern space,” interior designer Jenny Vorhoff says. The custom Dune bed features Moore & Giles leather from Angela Brown and linens from Stella. It is paired with a Magni Home Collection bench from Jean de Merry. The vintage lamps are from Craig Van Den Brulle, and the chandelier is Lindsey Adelman. The custom Victoria Hagan rug is from Holland & Sherry, as is the wool that lines the walls. (Tour the home.)

A DREAM IN CREAM

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

Another large-scale artwork by Ashley Collins from Forre & Co. hangs in the master bedroom, where designers Noelle Hernandez and Nicole Stewart placed a Magni Home Collection bed from Town. The bed’s leather upholstery and the leather-and-bronze bench are both by Holly Hunt; the pendant is also Magni Home Collection from Town. (Tour the home.)

SUBTLE COLOR

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

A guest bedroom offers a serene retreat with a subdued palette thanks to the Addison House nightstands and bed, dressed in crisp Pratesi linens. The soft blue Roche Bobois rug and lamps refer to the reflecting pools around the property and the waterway at its edge. (Tour the home.)

GRAYSCALE

13 Minimalist Bedrooms That Prove Less Really Is More

The minimalist master bedroom focuses attention on the views through the windows. Designer Stephanie Zaharias designed the upholstered bed with an ebony frame and textiles by Calvin Fabrics. Its integrated side tables were fabricated by Mark Brady Cabinets. The bed is made up with a duvet by Area and shams made of Romo fabric. The Jensen Bergere chair near the window is by Minotti. (Tour the home.)