Whether you're thinking about re-designing a new piece of real estate you just purchased or updating the look of your current home you have plenty of options to choose from. The great thing about creating a look for your home is that nothing is out of the question. It's your home and it can look however you want it to look.
If you don't really know much about interior design or are stuck for ideas as to what you want the design of your new home to be and you are trying to decide on one design style option, this article will focus on the minimalist design style and whether or not it's right for you and your home.
When it comes to design, the term minimalism refers to design or architecture of a home that reduces everything to only the necessary elements. What that means is that minimalist design strips down everything in the home to include only what's essential to achieving quality in the simplest of ways. Think of the term "less is more" and you'll get the idea of what minimalist design is all about.
Minimalist design scales everything back in order to reduce design to its most essential form by making sure there is a ton of open space, a minimal structural framework and utilizes modern materials such as plates of glass and steel. If you've ever gone to home showings that seemed very basic and had lots of walking around room then you were probably viewing a minimalist designed home.
A lot of properties that are being updated with a new design are being done in ways that brings in more to the home, be it more color or more furniture. More, more, more, is the motif of some interior designers. However, minimalist interior designers go the complete opposite way. Instead of adding to the home's look by hanging a piece of artwork or putting in a new couch they look to remove what's not necessary.
A centerpiece placed on your table in your home might look beautiful but does it really add anything to the look and feel of the home? Probably not and in a minimalist design that centerpiece wouldn't even be considered. Clean lines and forms, simple color choices, minimal flourishes, and simple design choices are key elements of minimalist design.
If what we described to you sounds intriguing then perhaps you might want to give your home a minimalist design makeover.
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