Minimalist One-story House With Japanese Flair, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms

Area:150 sq.m.
Consist: 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Separate kitchen, 2 Parking Space

Do you believe in the saying ‘less is more? If your answer is yes, we have the perfect décor for you to use in your home. The Minimalist style is a great one for those who appreciate space and the absence of clutter, it helps keep your home looking airy and clean too.

Minimalism is defined as simplicity, when you design tone down everything as much as possible and remember, there should be a place for everything, and everything needs to be functional.

What should come to mind when thinking about minimalistic design is clean, modern lines, a smart colour pallet (neutral colours are preferred), NO clutter or at least hide clutter, make your home look warm and not clinical.

It might sound easy to pull off a minimalist design, but it’s hard to make your home look and feel warm when you have very few items in your home. You are creating a gallery-like setting, yet making it inviting and comfortable, finding this balance is very tough.

Since there is a lot of white spaces and clean lines in a minimalistic home, you can cut down the monotony by bringing in some elements of nature, like plants and flowers.

They work wonders at brightening up spaces and bringing cheer to a room. You can have small plants on tabletops or larger ones in the corners of rooms.

Combine a neutral design (think grey, stone, and beige) with a contrasting colour element, such as a work of art, a piece of furniture, or a feature wall.

An accent element is like a pleasant surprise in a room, and it doesn’t have to be overpowering. It’s just a great approach to Scandinavian minimalist interior design to bring out something unique.

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Credit: S-Gates Bangyai

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