If you’re living the minimalist lifestyle in Singapore, then more power to you. However, you must have noticed that it can be quite challenging to find decorations that can beautifully accent the simplicity of the minimal style. This is why today we’ll be compiling a list of 5 home décor accents that all minimalists are going to fall in love with. Let’s take a look:
1. Simple mismatched furniture
If you don’t know where to begin, then we suggest going for mismatched furniture of the plain variety. There are lots of fun, unadorned options in the market. You can contrast them with various design elements and even upholstery patterns. The cluster of mismatched coffee tables and ottoman beanbag in this image is a great example of how to go about it.
2. Minimal throw cushions
While couch cushions are usually selected in bold, jewel-toned colours to make them the perfect accent pieces, you have to be as understated as possible with minimal style interior designs. The cushions you select for such an ambiance need to be thoroughly understated instead of bold. They can have wide, repetitive patterns over neutral colours, so that they stand out when set up in a minimal interior design.
3. Shades of wood
Wood is the most widely used material in most minimalistic interior design. You can use the widespread articulation of this material to add some contrast in your interior designs. Some light on dark designing can be the perfect way to introduce accents in your minimalist interiors. They can be in the form of countertops, cabinets, tables and even doors.
4. Simple sideboards
As far as using furnishings as accent pieces go, you can opt for this technique in minimal interior designs as well. However, this is only viable if such furniture is as simple as possible. The wooden textured sideboard used in this image is the perfect example of how you can curate the simples accent pieces for your minimal style furnishings.
5. Simple accessories
If you’re looking for small accent solutions, then you can go for plain, unadorned decorative frames and small indoor planters for this effect. The idea is to make them as understated as possible so that they fit in with the rest of the ambiance.