Less is More in Minimalistic Design
Minimalist Concept touches on the use of basic furnishing and décor to create a space that is functional for inhabitants of the space. Its bare nature may give an impression of a lack in aesthetics, but it offers a chance to focus on what really matter - the purpose of the furnishings.
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Keep it simple with minimal colors
Minimalist concept focuses on using the least to create the most. Very philosophical, but it does not have to be that abstract. This design can be achieved by making sure that you do not have more than you need in a space - such as this living area. A TV, seating and a coffee table marks just about the focal point of the space.
All white can make a nice kitchen
Speckless and simply divine, this white kitchen exemplifies the functionality of an ideal kitchen. The unpretentious design points to the clean lines of the space. To add life to the neutrality of white, potted plants may be added.
Black and beech wood makes a good match
Achieve the ultimate minimalist bedroom by limiting the amount of colours for the space. This bedroom makes use of the contrasting effects of beige and black to create a room with depth. Lighting is always a good idea to add ambience.
Neutral colours open up the space
Many may find that small spaces cannot pull off the minimalist look well. However, if one ever find themselves in this predicament, use of simple and neutral colours like white, grey or black can give an impression of a bigger space.
Focussing on the functions
The difference with a minimalist dining area and that of other concepts, is that it focusses more enhancing the overall dining experience with its functionality. The use of less furniture allows for less distractions when it comes to chattering over fine cuisine.