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5 Sweet-and-Simple Bedroom Styles to Inspire

Clear space, clear mind.

There’s nothing like going to bed in a tidy room. A clean space can improve sleep quality by reducing stress and eliminating distractions—it can even improve air quality! We suggest you take a cue from the five pristine bedrooms below and try to master the clutter-free look.

White, grey and pink bedding next to a floating bedside table.
(Photo: Ema Peter.)

1. A Touch Of Pink

Designer Andrea Rodman worked closely with the homeowners to design this black, white and neutral dream house. In the master bedroom, grey throws and soft pink pillows give the space a cozy feel, while the floating nightstand provides a clean, minimalist look. Get a full tour of this North Vancouver home.

Bedroom featuring matching twin beds.
(Photo: Broda Photography.)

2. Mirror Effect

When designer Jenna Josephson was tasked with renovating this nearly 100-year-old Vancouver home, she wanted to ensure she honoured its age. This simple bedroom features matching heritage-inspired bed frames, lamps and bedding that do just that. Check out the full home post-renovation.

Bedside light hanging from ceiling.
(Photo: Nicky Gretzan.)

3. In the Spotlight

The ceiling-mounted lights are a focal point in this bedroom designed by Nicky Gretzan. Hanging bedside lights are a great option to keep your nightstand clear of clutter. See more of this modern Calgary bungalow.

Wooden bed frame with white duvet in bedroom.
(Photo: Rose Matis.)

4. Reuse, Reuse, Reuse

Homeowner Scott Marko made this bed frame himself out of reclaimed timbers, and the wooden boxes that are now used as nightstands were found in a Swedish dump. Talk about being resourceful! Get a full tour of this home in Northern B.C.

Well light, white bedroom with skylight.
(Photo: Colin Way.)

5. Space Saver

Designer Matthew Leverone opted for built-in storage and sconces to save space in this gorgeous bedroom. It’s almost impossible to believe that this bright, airy space used to be a two-car garage. Read more about this transformation.

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