Have you ever wondered what minimalist homes means? It is simply to reduce your home’s elements while keeping only the necessary ones regarding their function not the form. I’m pretty sure that many homeowners, including you and many like to have a clean, free of clutter look to make our homes free of stress, disturbance and trouble. Here are 10 ideas to represent and express minimalism in many various ways.
A theme of black and white colors has such a great, chic and stylish impact on any apartment. Oh wait, what if you consider the same for furniture and accessories? Enjoy the combination of the colors scheme, the clean, maintained and harmonious look.
Grey and black tones participate immensely in creating the whole apartment’s feel. In order to give the living space that sleek and shining look, make sure you set those tones against the cement walls and decorate them sleekly. Do not forget about adding modern furniture pieces.
If you have clean lines and well-covered storage, no need to worry about the carpentry and there will be no sticking out handles or cluttered outlines.
Consider muted cream and wood tones for your furniture pieces to make the ambiance cozy and calming. For the sake of accentuating your apartment with a natural feel, take into account to minimalize your accessories.
If you are a fan of adding a simple and fascinating graphic element at the same time to your living area, try installing a wooden shelf along your white wall.
To soothe, clean up and keep the flow of space organized, keep the living area opened and minimize the doors’ use. Alternatively, use glass or swinging doors. Use as many color as you like. However, use muted colors to make the whole look harmonized and look similar.
Including much open space in your apartment is very useful to make the best use of the large windows, which allow enough light to come inside the house.
Opt for minimalist furniture pieces that have sleek and clean angles, lines and shapes. Raised furniture is a fantastically amazing way to enlarge your space and feel it more than before.
Aim for clean, boxy and sharp lined and angled furniture pieces and carpentry as possible. Keep in mind that accessories are the main source of highlighting the bare space. In addition, they add color to make the look more appealing.
Remember to minimalize furniture and accessories. Mix and match only the ones you really need and get rid of everything else. As for walls, go for green to add variety and uniqueness.