7/25/17

Go Minimalistic With Your Home Design


By on 7/25/2017 10:36:00 AM

Aiming for a minimalistic design in your home is a great idea, particularly if you’re planning on selling anytime soon. With a minimalistic design, you can make sure property looks larger and more roomy with plenty of space. It’s great if you have a home that is a little too cramped and helps you diminish the cutter completely. But how do you achieve the minimalistic design?

Keep Things Off The Floor

You can start by thinking about your furniture. When choosing your furniture, you want to make sure that you keep the floor as clear as possible. There are plenty of ways to do this. You might decide to purchase some occasional chairs for your home. These often have designs with high legs that take most of the area of the chair off the ground, elevating it and freeing up floor space.

Another possibility to consider would be the TV. if you can, avoid buying a unit for the TV to rest on. Instead, get a frame and attach the TV with all the drives to the wall. That way, you can keep a space in your home like the living room free and clear. There are plenty of other ways to keep the floor clear too. Rather than having carpet make sure you opt for wood or laminate flooring. By doing this, you can avoid a thick, full carpet intruding on the look of a room.

Choosing Colors Carefully

The colors in your design can definitely impact whether you get a minimalistic feel. For instance, you should aim for lighter, brighter colors. Cream or white walls are great because they create a blank canvas appearance. As well as this, they make a room appear to be both clean and contemporary. You can see below how white walls can bring out the key features of the room and make them the main focal points of a space.


You should consider the colors of your furniture as well. Clashing is a great way to highlight just how spacious a room Is. For instance, you could choose coal black furniture to clash with walls painted white.

Limit The Amount Of Furniture

Of course, the key factor for a minimalistic design is making sure that you limit the amount of furniture in each room to the bare minimum. If we’re thinking about the living room, the number of seats should match the number of people in the home. So, if you have a family of four, you should only have four seating areas in the living room. Follow this design choice, and you’ll be able to keep your room clean, clear and completely minimalistic.

Limit Shadow

Finally, if you want a room with a minimalistic design to look stunning, you need to make sure it’s as bright as possible. The best way to do this would be to limit the level of shadow in a room. To do this, it’s worth in investing in LED overhead lights. This will ensure that your room is always beautifully lit and shows off the full amount of open space in the room.

Take this advice, and you’ll have mastered a room design just like the one in the picture below. 


About Angela

Angela is a freelance writer and blogger, blessed with 3 daughters, 4 cats, 1 needy dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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