Minimalist Style demands restraint in flourishes, rather than a complete sculling of items owned. If you look around your home and it’s the opposite to minimalist, you’ll likely have to make a lot of changes to accept the minimalist living lifestyle.
It’s always best to choose a style that suits your personality best. It is a style that must be loved by the dweller in order to be maintained. There are useful tricks like shelf storage boxes and under-sofa storage which can help to neaten the visual space and maintain the clean, clear feel that this style demands.
NOTE : Simple smooth seating and furniture without artificial patterns are two keys of this interior theme, which uses mostly monochrome tones with a few boldly featured colours. If you follow those two traits and do your best to display minimal items, you’ll do quite well achieving Minimalist Style.
This is not a great style for people who love having lots of belongings, bold patterns or dynamic wall colourings. It will only frustrate, so for many it’s best to mix this style with Black & White or Bohemian Style in order to enjoy the most natural and enjoyable flow of daily life.
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