Where does Minimalism appropriate? To order design of the apartment or the house in a minimalist style can brave people who are not afraid to abandon the usual understanding of the comfort, which is oriented to personality itself and the able to see the true beauty of ordinary things. Minimalist design can be implemented in the penthouse. Emphasized simplicity of this style is perfect for rooms with large windows located at high altitudes, creating a unique atmosphere of freedom, freshness and spaciousness. Minimalist style in the living room involves the use of modern materials to create perfectly smooth light background and an atmosphere of calm and deliberate simplicity. Minimalism in interior of the living room is a simple but high quality and comfortable furniture with rigid armrests, a small coffee table made of glass or plastic, built-in appliances, smart lighting and understated colors. Such living is cozy and beautiful in its own way.
Kitchen in the style of minimalism involves the use of the bar or island layout instead of the classic table. Minimalistic kitchen interior is a rigor and symmetry combined with cleanliness and smooth slick glassy surfaces. This kitchen please neat people. The bedroom in a minimalist style is designed to sleep: comfortable low bed, no distractions, bright decor elements, restrained colors. In addition to the bed there are closet and a bedside table may be also present. Room in a minimalist style is an area of freedom, light, lightness and harmony of space. Why Minimalism? Complex and simple at the same time interior design, Minimalism embodies the laconic verge of beauty comprehension: without pathos, frills and luxuries. Minimalism design is a style, elegance and practicality: bright pictures clearly demonstrate the special charm of this style. Order interior design in minimalist style means to choose quality and sophistication, functionality and simplicity, harmony and freedom.
The history of the emergence of style. Minimalism was developed in the second half of XX century., appeared as the reaction designers to abundance of contemporary trends. Fundamentals of minimalism taken from Japanese culture. Interior of traditional Japanese homes – Minka – is not like the decoration of European homes. The basis of the Japanese home are shed and timber supports, latticed walls (shoji), pasted with rice paper and tatami (mat). The only thing that attracts attention is a scroll with a painting or a poem, which is located in the niche; and a flower (or floral arrangement – “ikebana”) underneath. Japanese minimalism in the interior is the space of emptiness, the formation of a special area of contemplation and detachment. European minimalism is less radical. Simplicity here is coupled with functionality.
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