You may have heard or read minimalism in home interior designing and in modern furniture. So what exactly does this mean? As stated above, minimalism in design is the use of the fewest and barest elements or essentials. The traditional way of furnishing a home is having plenty of furniture. Minimalism, on the other hand, is having modern furniture that is practical and functional. It is about organizing your home and minimizing clutter by removing what is not needed and keeping only the essential items. This is the goal of modern furniture – to be multipurpose. To have a minimalist home design, you need to have serviceable furniture that serves more than one purpose. The following factors will help you choose furniture to have minimalism in your home.
Style Features, Furniture. Minimalist furniture: a high sofa, chair, bed, this classic shapes and strong design. Color design of furniture corresponds to the decor of the background (wall). The main quality of furniture in this style is simplicity and versatility: transforming sofa and bed, foldout chair, folding table, built-in wardrobes, etc. There are no shelves in the minimalist interior. All things must be kept in a cabinet or in boxes under the sofa / bed. Delving into the theory of “less is more,” we need to rethink minimalism as not just a plain white box or cool ultramodern space, but as a concept that simultaneously showcases exceptional functional design while artistically creating a simplified way to live.
Neoclassical style furniture for home, within the neoclassical style was born classical forms of antiquity. The elegant lines are a wealth more cautious Rococo era of the late 1730's alternative. Neoclassicism is luxurious and elegant. The greatest influence on neo-classical style, was the architect Robert Adam in England. Has reinterpreted the classic concept and architectural elements from different cultures, including Roman and Greek incorporated. Neoclassical interior is known for its timeless elegance today. We present the most important features by which you can identify what lifestyle or use myself. Colors .The colors in the neoclassical style are generally mild - cream, gray, blue, yellow and green. Luster black, red, gold and silver are used mainly as patches of color. The wallpaper flowers are combined with paintings on the wall and ceiling, to create a chic look.
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