LOCATION: 102 Bidadari
Architect : Spacefactor
Minimalism is the ideal trend for helping us all get the most out of our lives with less. We’re decluttering our schedules by saying “no” more frequently. We’re reading books like The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and letting go of things that don’t serve us anymore (toxic relationships included). As a result, it’s only natural that home décor will follow suit.
However, adhering to minimalist design principles does not imply that we must compromise personality or refrain from making bold decisions. In fact, using the color black is one of the most popular minimalist trends right now. Don’t be frightened to wear black; it doesn’t have to be gothic. Here are a few simple ways to include black in your minimalist style.
White cabinets and worktops instantly appear clean, sleek, minimalist, and, at times, a little boring. Instead, go for all-black to make a statement. Using gold items quickly brightens up this area, making it feel more welcome and instantly updating and personalizing it.
How can you do this while keeping things simple? This simple color palette should be used for your mixer, dish towels, carpets, canisters, and other items. Also, don’t leave anything out that you don’t use every day!
The living room space is undoubtedly well-used, although it doesn’t get any design attention. (And instead of looking like a cold, sterile showroom, it should receive a lot of use.) Minimalism is about making room for life rather than stuffing every corner of the room and every surface. Remember that you can combine black with different colors, although bold colors will become distracting. Using a warm tan or camel color, for example, may instantly make a space feel cozier.
The bedroom décor incorporates a larger range of gray tones. With its dark wood floors and extensive use of layered linens, this area feels warm and welcoming despite its sparse style. This space, like the living room, has artwork that reflects the whole range of monochromatic tones utilized nearby.
Minimalism is not going anywhere anytime soon. It’s a philosophy, a way of life, and an art form, as well as an aesthetic. It’s as easy as decluttering and adopting a function-first approach to interior design to get started, but achieving the minimalist style necessitates careful consideration of the arrangement and purpose of each room.
Project details by : spacefactors