Less is more – how to create minimalist interiors

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Minimalist living is nothing new, but it’s become very popular in recent years, especially among the millennial generation.

There are many reasons to consider taking a minimalist approach from saving money to conserving resources, to spending less time maintaining belongings.

If you’re interested in minimalist interiors in particular and how you can decorate your home without all the clutter, here are 11 things to keep in mind:

Take a Hard Look at Your Space

When you first walk through a newly built home, or your own new home before you fill it full of your belongings, there’s such a freshness to the blank canvas feeling of it all.

It’s inspiring to think about all the possible ways you can make the most of the space, to decorate it, and fill it with warmth.

Before you fill a room, take the time to really observe the space, notice how the light shines in and from what angles, appreciate the shape of the space, and go from there.

Play off of what the room has going for it already and resist the urge to cram it full of stuff in every nook and cranny.

A room with one or two interesting focal pieces, whether it’s a unique furniture piece or a stunning piece of art, can bring a space to life. You don’t need ceiling-to-floor knick-knacks to make it interesting.

Choose Your Color Palette Wisely

Dark colors make a room feel smaller, and lighter colors make a space feel open and larger.

You might want a study to have a cozy, tucked away feel, in which case, a dark, rich paint color could suit it fine.

But if you want to make your kitchen area seem more spacious and welcoming, opt for light shades in neutral tones and whites.

When Designing Minimalist Interiors, Opt for Some Smaller Pieces

Avoid the urge to buy the very biggest of everything when you’re furnishing and decorating a room.

Minimalist interiors often have smaller pieces of furniture that allow for more space to…
 
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