Want an easy tip for making your space feel complete? Shapes and repetition can really bring a space together. For example, this room uses three simple geometric shapes to make it feel harmonious: The arch shape of the mirror, sofa back and lamps, the square shape of the credenza and chair, and the hexanol pattern in the wall art and rug.
If you want to create a clutter-free dining space that still packs a punch, we suggest taking a queue from this dining room. Each item in this design from the chandelier to the marble table has a bold yet clean silhouette. This combo makes for tidy space that leaves a lasting impression.
A black and white monochrome palette lays an uncluttered foundation in this office space! We are simply in love with the selection of low-slung mid-century minimalist furniture. Powerful and handsome hard lines are warmed by subtle earthy wood tones and minimalist layered rugs.
Every office needs storage and a place to display items. In this transitional office, we selected two tall bookcases. Starting at the bottom, we added bulky items like baskets and books. Personality is added by including vases, sculptures, and photo frames. Alternate the number of items per shelf for balance and interest.
When selecting chairs for a traditional dining room is good to keep in mind two points. The first one is matching the wood frame with the dining table tone, and the second one is using cushions to soften the look and bring comfort to the family space.
Large, bold artwork takes center stage above the fireplace in this minimalist living room. The coffee table, lamps, and sculpture are the epitome of minimalist design. We love how their simple form takes a backseat to the bold artwork and rug.
Strong sculptural forms were selected for this industrial dining room. A concrete and Acacia wood dining table center the focus of the room with leather and brass cantilevered dining chairs. An ebonized French oak sideboard adds minimalist sophistication.
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