Minimalism is design that’s stripped down to its essential purpose and identity by eliminating everything unnecessary, and this is the style that has recently conquered the world. This pared-down aesthetic exemplifies simplicity at its best and inspires a simplified way to live – minimalism in clothes, things, in your head.
Minimalism has several advantages. First, an uncluttered space is known to increase our happiness and health. Second, streamlined furniture gives you more space, which is essential in small rooms. Third, a calm palette or limited color choice makes a room feel serene and less chaotic. Finally, less of everything means more money in your pocket.
Think of minimalist color pallets as complimentary neutrals, not stark contrasts. Keep your color scheme to two or three colors. Try layering the same color in different textured pieces to make the space catchy. A bold focal point is a nice idea for a neutral space but don’t go too far.
Functionality And Decluttering
Declutter: living in a clean and clear space isn’t just minimalist, it’s healthy. Negative spaces are an indispensable part of every minimalist space, so you may breathe new life into the room adding it. Add functional furniture and accessories – add color with a bright furniture piece or a chandelier.
And again about furniture: the forms of each piece should be simple with clean lines. You can keep the theme of openness by choosing open frame furniture. This can usually be found in the form of clear tables and basic metal frames.