The Surprisingly Simple Bedroom Trend We’ve Been Seeing Everywhere

published Mar 30, 2019
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It’s no secret that streamlining is in right now. Many of us are carefully evaluating everything from our wardrobes to our kitchenware and enjoying feeling lighter as we let unneeded belongings go. And with that, it’s no surprise that we’re more and more drawn to a streamlined look when it comes to furniture and decor, too. Take bed frames and headboards, for example. Gone are the days of tufted, upholstered numbers and in are sleek, simple wooden options, like the ones below. We bet you’ll be seeing plenty more of these in the months to come!

A white duvet cover pops against a simple wooden frame. Abstract artwork nicely accentuates the neutrals.

Cane is back in full force, and we couldn’t be happier. Once reserved for antique shops, the pretty style is popping up at retailers including Target, Urban Outfitters, and more. Get the look with this CB2 option.

Leave your worries at the (bedroom) door. A simple platform bed (the couple purchased this one) paired with modern accessories in calming colors helps create an extra soothing sleep space.

Can we move in here already? Wood furniture always looks amazing against exposed brick, while plants galore keep the space airy and cheerful.

This couple played up the deep wood tones present throughout their loft. How cool is it that the bed frame doubles as shelving?

These homeowners say they’re inspired by spaces that are classic and minimal. Deep blue walls add intrigue to this thoughtfully curated sleeping area.

No headboard? No problem! A white brick (non-working) fireplace complements the soft wooden bed frame.

More of a maximalist? The sleek headboard trend is still popular among those who like to collect, as exemplified by these homeowners! Replicate the look with a solid walnut frame like this one from Article (how amazing are the mid-century legs?).

A more rustic option adds intrigue to this small, SF studio. On a budget? Replicate the look with a headboard alone—this one from Amazon is wallet-friendly and looks like the real thing.