Homemakers Furniture recently issued the following announcement.
Are you a devoted advocate of Marie Kondo’s method of tossing everything that doesn’t spark joy? Do you toss one thing out whenever you buy something new? Are you just tired of “stuff”? If you answered yes to any of these questions, minimalist design might be the style for you.
Minimalist design is more than just physically reducing the amount of furniture in a room, although that is certainly an element of it. Minimalism is all about a pared back and toned-down approach to decorating a space. Less is definitely more and this mantra extends to the furniture you choose.
History and Elements of Minimalist Design
Minimalist design gained traction in the 20th century as a post-World War II world craved simplicity and modernity. Inspired by the corresponding art and architecture movements, minimalist design focused only on essential elements. An important source of inspiration for modern minimalism was, and still is, traditional Japanese design which has always made use of clean lines and simple forms.
Minimalism grew more popular in the United States in the 1980s and 1990s. Today, the style draws on elements of Scandinavian and contemporary elements.
Elements of Minimalist Design:
Modern and contemporary furniture
Monochromatic color palette
Bold art and décor
Shop Minimalist Design at Hm
Ashley Adda Wall Art
Dimplex Linwood Fireplace
Ashley Jerrin Wall Art S/2
Ashley Hackley Accent Chair
Max Home Capri 104-Inch Sofa
Coaster 903 Collection Chair w/ Ottoman
Palliser Barrett 3-Piece Sectional
Hammary Furniture East Park Coffee Table
Original source can be found here.