Design Tips For Minimalist House Interior
“Less is more.” – the words of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, one of the pioneers of modern architecture, is said to be the guiding principle in minimalist interior style. If you want to create a minimalist interior for your house, then consider these design tips to create a minimalist interior style. Start with choosing furniture for projects of this nature, the focus is on natural wood, leather, glass and stainless steel. These materials give a room a sleek appearance. Focus on furniture items that are low-slung — the closer to the floor that the seats, tables or fireplaces are sat, the more appropriate they are for a minimalist room. White is the most common colour for walls in minimalist design. This colour gives any room the appearance of being larger and enhances the effects of other design elements in the room. Neutral colours and natural stone colours are also appropriate. It is not advisable to use a varied colour scheme for a room as this can shrink the space and make a room feel more cluttered. Walls are often replaced with sliding or removable screens.
Uplighter’s are appropriate for rooms with a minimalist feel. Bioethanol fires, in particular, add to the minimalist design of a room; both for the natural light they provide and for the sleek look that can be created for a room by using a bioethanol fire. Modern minimalist interior is also focused on energy conversion, this makes these fireplaces even more appropriate for minimalist designs due to their ultra-high energy efficiency.