Less is more. If you're Coco Chanel, you always take one thing off. If you're one of these peaceful bedrooms, you take it all off. The bare walls of these tranquil sleeping spaces show that you can still have a beautiful, well-styled and, yes, finished room without artwork or anything else dressing the walls.
Above: The focal point of this bedroom from Inside Out is the cluster of objects and the lamp that gather together above the bedside table.
This beachy concrete bedroom in Spain, from Arch Daily and designed by Marià Castelló and Daniel Redolat, toes the line of being potentially boring. But the monochrome walls, floor and linens feel modern instead (plus the ceiling is an eye-catching addition).
This master bedroom in London from Shoot Factory isn't bare at all–there's a lot going on in here even though the white walls are naked.
When there's great architecture in a space–the ceiling! those stairs!–bare walls let the features shine. This room is from photographer Luca Girardini.
A cool nook, like this one from Lokal 54 for Elle Decoration China, just needs a coat of paint. Nothing else.
It's common knowledge that a piece of art hung high in a bedroom will draw the eye up, but Jane Cameron's Australia home (featured on Design*Sponge) shows us that bare walls can do the same thing with negative space.
Another way to highlight height in a bare bedroom? A light fixture attached to a really long cord, like in this shot of a quilt from Aura Home.