Sick Of The Clutter? Create A Minimalist Theme At Home

If you’re one of those people who hate being around lots of mess you’ll probably want to spend a long time thinking about your approach to interior design. Those who want to create a clean and fresh space will likely gravitate towards minimalist themes, and that’s excellent news because you can achieve that goal without breaking the bank in most instances. While there are no limits to what you can do at home this year, the tips below should point you in the right direction when it comes to designing your rooms to suit the minimalist aesthetic. 

Get some contemporary furniture

Before you do anything else you’ll probably want to drop your furniture off at a charity shop and start again. Interior design specialists like those from claim the minimalist look is never complete without lots of light coloured contemporary furniture. With that in mind, you just need to search online or check out some of the items at the most fashionable furniture stores on the high street. Stick with chairs and sofas in light colours like white or beige for the best results. Of course, you can cover those items in protective plastic to ensure they don’t become dirty when your friends or children sit down wearing less than clean clothing.

Paint in neutral colours

The colours you use on the walls will make or break the minimalist aesthetic according to experts from and similar sites. For that reason, it’s essential that you visit your local DIY store and ask to see the neutral paint. In most instances, that will include white and beige again. However, light greys, blues, greens, and reds all come under the same palette. So, there is no need to make your home look like a bright white hospital waiting room unless that’s something you find appealing. You can add a splash of colour here and there for the best results. You just need to make sure you don’t go overboard.

Make use of natural light

Natural light is a cornerstone of the minimalist theme, and you need to use it as much as possible. That could mean installing some new patio doors in your lounge to ensure people sitting in the room get lots of sunlight through the glass. You might also consider hanging some mirrors on the walls in strategic locations to improve the flow of light throughout the entire property. If you do that; you should notice that the house feels much brighter and bigger almost immediately. You can get cheap mirrors online for next to nothing these days. So, head over to those auction websites and see if you can grab a bargain. You can then upcycle the product to ensure it suits your minimalist ambitions.

With a bit of luck, anyone who takes the advice from this page should leave no stone unturned when it comes to creating a minimalist theme in their homes. The only thing you have to think about now is how to hide all your possessions. Thankfully, there are lots of furniture items that come with hidden storage these days. Invest in those, and your home should never appear cluttered or messy again!

Love, P



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