This is my first bedroom reveal and I’m writing about my minimalist choice for my mid-century bedroom decoration. Most of my time this year has been spent packing, unpacking, and figuring out what to do with my apartment. One thing is sure, furnishing an apartment is tasking, from the design to financial perspective, once you go through the process yourself, you have a new layer of respect your parents and people with fully furnished homes.
I spent a month thinking through what design approach to go with for my bedroom because it was smaller than I expected it to be. The first step I took was to look up inspiration for designing mini-bedrooms and figure out what brands I could afford to add to my room space.
Bedframe find similar at Chairish, blanket from Berkshireblankets.com
I chose the mid-century design aesthetic for my bedroom, based off its grandeur and the timeless feel that pieces under the aesthetic embody. If you’ve followed me long enough or read my blog for the past decade, my aesthetic choice won’t come as a surprise. I’m always drawn to 1900’s aesthetics for fashion, music, film and interior.
Find similar dresser at Livingspaces, Jossandmain, and midcentury warehouse
Similar nightstand can be found at Allmodern, English Elm, Chairish
My workspace will definitely be remodeled to fit the rest of the aesthetic. I really don’t like the plant and the way it looks currently.
There will be more updates on the shelf, wall art and accents added to the space. Stay tuned