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Modern Minimal allows the focus to be on something more than space. Everything should be functional and add value to the room; for example, in a dining room, we need a table and chairs – these items have to ‘speak’ to one another and have to be capable of relating in terms of form, colour, lines, shape. They must work together in their raw shape to create an intense space.
The design architecture includes the use of reductive design elements, without ornamentation or decoration, condensing the content and form of the design to its bare essentials. It reveals to be the core essence of the Modern Minimal interiors.
Clean lines, reductive, uncluttered and monochromatic simplicity, the ‘less is more’ philosophy are some of the things we immediately associate to Modern Minimal Design. It brings serenity and simple beauty, which nonetheless is hard to achieve. Walk with us through this guide on how to achieve this clean design.
A minimally designed space assimilates functionality with an open floor plan, an abundance in light, and simple line furnishings that are exceptionally crafted and are at the same time comfortable. The aim is to create a soothing and inviting space that has a timeless aesthetic.
Modern Minimal is about keeping a space simple, uncluttered and accentuating the attractive architectural features of a space. The palette is mostly monochromatic and the colour is only used as an accent, essential only to give that pop of colour, that touch of ‘life’ that brings the whole room together, in elevated design elegance.
When creating a Modern Minimal ambience, it is all about base colour: unobtrusive hues are the key here – from eggshell, light greys, beiges and every other cure inspired tone in between – for these colours have a fresh, clean look that inspires a sense of calm.
A space with natural light is most likely to look warmer, so keep an open floor plan, using also a cooler shade of white to balance the room. When adding pops of colour, be sure to use solid pigments which are pleasant to the eyes and fuse well with the neutrals that you already have.
By considering the design to its elements and by focusing on form, light, space and materials, Modern Minimal Design achieves harmony through simplicity. This design style brings together nature and interior design in order to achieve a balance between industrial produce and the environment.
Order and harmony are obtained through the use of geometric forms, bare walls, and simple materials, making the essence of the thinking process shine through in the design. Attention to proportion and volume, a balance between the interiors and exterior spaces, and the subtle complexities between form and space are unique to this style.
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