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5 Tips To Create A Minimalist Home

In the interior design world, minimalism refers to creating a simple and uncluttered space. The goal is to emphasize aesthetically pleasing architecture while keeping color schemes and decor neutral. A minimalist home usually incorporates plenty of light, open-plan spaces, and a small amount of functional furnishings.

Over the last few years, minimalism has remained a popular interior design trend. If you are preparing to sell your home, minimal design can be a helpful part of the process. Minimal design work is considered both desirable and contemporary. This design style makes it easy for prospective buyers to view the home as a blank canvas. Even if you are not planning to sell, minimal interior design creates a beautifully simplistic home.

Neutral Colors

To design a minimalist home, you should paint and decorate using neutral color schemes. Minimalist design often uses white as a base, then branches out to contemporary pairings of black and white. Minimalist designs also incorporate tones of grey, beige or brown. When you are painting your rooms, try using eco-paints, to create an eco-friendly home.


Decluttering is a huge part of minimalism. Before you start decorating, go through your home and get rid of objects that you no longer use. Organize your remaining belongings as neatly as possible. Personal items should be stored out of the way, leaving a small number of functional objects and decorative pieces. Marie Kondo’s advice is, ‘keep only the things that speak to your heart. Ask yourself: does this spark joy?’

Decluttering is a useful task to get ready before you move home. It’s handy to get into good habits, so you can keep your new place organized. Once you’ve decluttered, you can provide your removal company with an accurate idea of how many belongings you have. To help you with this part of the process, Burnett’s Moving Services offer a great service at an excellent price.

Clever storage

To create a minimalist home, it’s vital to invest in clever storage spaces. You’ll want your storage to create the illusion of space, and keep the vast majority of your possessions hidden. It’s useful to buy furniture that doubles up as storage; doing so will save you lots of space.

Use texture & nature

Minimalism lends itself well to natural touches, whether earth-friendly materials or plants as decor. Rugs and throws that look home-made and rustic are an excellent touch. Look out for materials such as jute, bamboo, or seagrass. Plants are useful to cleanse toxins from the air and as simple decoration. Remember, don’t go overboard, one or two plants per room should be fine. When you are choosing art pieces, the same rules apply. Use one statement piece per room, for example, a simplistic sculpture.

Collect inspiration

Before you begin any interior design project, it’s a great idea to look for inspiration. Minimalissimo is an online magazine that celebrates examples of minimalist design. Be sure to take a look before you start revamping your rooms. Pinterest is another great resource to search for examples of design work. Keep a photo album of images that you love. You can use these as a reference point when you are shopping for soft furnishings, paints, and artwork.


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Kaya Wittenburg

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