Personal style and aesthetic preferences aside, we can all agree that minimalism is having a major moment—and science gives it even more clout. For example, according to this study at the University of Southern California, cluttered homes are linked to increased stress levels and depressed moods. So there really is a life-changing magic behind the KonMari method. And since your bedroom is the place you go to restore, relax, and reflect, minimalism can be especially impactful there.
I'm not saying you should just throw everything in your bedroom away and it call it day. In fact, minimalist design doesn't translate to stark and boring. It's about scaling back to create calming and thoughtful spaces. To prove it, here are 33 examples of minimalist bedrooms that the Marie Kondos of the world and maximalists with a penchant for anything extra will both love.