The slogan of this style is “Less is More”. This style is among the youngest, dating back to its beginning in late 60’s, early 70’s, first introduced in America’s visual arts. 

Designers who follow this style focus creating pieces that only incorporate the essential, without unnecessary components or features. The goal is to help create an environment where each subject, painting or product shows its true form. Often it is mix with abstract geometric designs, which some could  interpretive as complex, yet let’s remember that geometric shapes and forms are as basic to human comprehension as it gets.

To invite minimalism into your home, you must keep your color palette simple and easy on the eye. Textures should collide, use nature as green accents and use furniture pieces with simple lines and geometric designs. Keep everything simple, avoid having too many decorative pieces and store stuff out of sight, the goal is to never have clutter. Focus on having quality pieces that do not need styling. Hang art work of abstract designs that incorporates the colors in the room.  Let your windows invite the light and make sure your curtains have fluidity and are of light colors. These tips will not only help create a zen environment in your home but it is extremely practical, as it will make everything extremely easy to clean. Below you can see some pictures for inspiration, and I also invite you to my Pinterest to check out my “Minimalist” Mood Board.

The slogan of this style is “Less is More”. This style is among the youngest, dating back to its beginning in late 60’s, early 70’s, first introduced in America’s visual arts. 

Designers who follow this style focus creating pieces that only incorporate the essential, without unnecessary components or features. The goal is to help create an environment where each subject, painting or product shows its true form. Often it is mix with abstract geometric designs, which some could  interpretive as complex, yet let’s remember that geometric shapes and forms are as basic to human comprehension as it gets.

To invite minimalism into your home, you must keep your color palette simple and easy on the eye. Textures should collide, use nature as green accents and use furniture pieces with simple lines and geometric designs. Keep everything simple, avoid having too many decorative pieces and store stuff out of sight, the goal is to never have clutter. Focus on having quality pieces that do not need styling. Hang art work of abstract designs that incorporates the colors in the room.  Let your windows invite the light and make sure your curtains have fluidity and are of light colors. These tips will not only help create a zen environment in your home but it is extremely practical, as it will make everything extremely easy to clean. Below you can see some pictures for inspiration, and I also invite you to my Pinterest to check out my “Minimalist” Mood Board.