Minimalist decoration isn’t fancy or elaborate, over the top or an eye sore. Minimalist decorations usually involve simple colors and shapes with solid materials. Mixing decoration items into the flow of the room can be tricky, but it is possible. Here are 5 of the best minimalist decorations that you can use to really spice up the minimalistic flow.
House plants work great for filling gaps without making it stand out. They can be shoved in corners or on book shelves or where ever you feel might be lacking. They come in all sorts of varieties. You can say a lot about yourself by choosing a cactus over a fern.
4. Rugs and Carpets
The right carpet or rug can really warm a room and tie everything together. It doesn’t have to be wild and fluffy, but just enough to keep to focus off of one thing. Often times, minimalist use solid colors for their carpets, but it doesn’t have to be that way!
Don’t be afraid to try a stripe pattern or anything else you feel might fit the room. Have fun with it!
Make the room inviting and fill space at the same time. Use chairs, stools, or benches to quickly make a statement. Maybe throw a blanket or two on top and you have yourself an original piece of minimalist decoration.
While you’re at it, throw some shelves on the wall and start decorating. Shelves are great from displaying your favorite album, books, or anything that describes you. They’re practical and decorative.
Many of us work from home nowadays, but even if you don’t, a desk is great to have. You can use your desk to display your favorite items or just use it as a place to go and relax. Having a home workspace, even if you don’t work from home, is a great decoration piece.
Minimalist design is all about what suits you. Every decoration that you have in your home already can be turned into a minimalist design. It’s all about color, texture, and flow. You’ll never find a minimalist with a crowded room or a messy floor.
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