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Bedroom With White Walls

Going Minimalist: Do You Prefer Bare Bedroom Walls?

I have a hard time restraining myself when it comes to decking out my bedroom with artwork, photos, and mirrors. But the simplicity of this bedroom's whitewashed, bare walls has me rethinking my plan of action.

This bedroom radiates serenity, and I don't think it would feel the same if even one or two pieces of art were added to it.

When it comes to the walls of your bedroom, what's your preference?

Photo by Stuart McIntyre

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limelindsey limelindsey 6 years
Maybe if my bedroom was architecturally interesting, like that one! I just rearranged my furniture and am in the process of moving my art around, and I HATE my bare walls! Of course, my room is just a box.
katialoves katialoves 6 years
i have bare white walls, white ikea markland floors, white ikea anita curtains and white furniture. we have a bit too much furniture (hopefuly going to move soon) so anything on the walls would be overwhelming.
LiliesandBiscuits LiliesandBiscuits 6 years
My bedroom, like the one in the photo, is a finished attic, making hanging pictures vertically pretty difficult. I think having slanted, lower ceilings like that would make it even more cluttered if there was too much hovering over you on the ceiling/walls. I do have a few things hanging near the stairway because that's where the flat walls are, but other than that I've left them bare.
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