5 interiors that are a modern fender-bender to minimalism
Modernism is the Big Daddy of all contemporary interior style. Not only was it a start of a new era in all design aspects, but modernism was the key movement that branched of several other genres such as De Stilj, Minimalism, Transitional and many, many more. However, the two most standout and most similar of these styles were certainly modernism and minimalism. Modernism was designed to encompass the natural body of the building structure without many external design interventions. Similarly, minimalism embraces a simplicity that does not allow unnecessary backlog within spaces. The relative similarity between the two can result in a mish-mash between contemporary articulations within an interior design, so today we will be looking at a cross-over of these genres in a space.
- Open and compounded
This particular interior is a fine blend of the modern-minimal aesthetic. On the one hand, the clean, straightforward an almost elementary design of the aesthetic bring out the crispness within the overall ambiance, but it is the carefully transitional style of the furniture along with a fun color scheme that allows for that certain panache that embodies this interior perfectly. Add in the graceful culmination of natural and artificial lights and we have a winner!
- Gloss and laminates
Kitchen design is always a fearless amalgamation of tradition and style, so this one embodies the combination exceptionally well. The white laminate, paint and quartz combination is so adamantly stark and bold in its simplicity that it is hard not to marvel at its austerity. The modern-minimal combination of this space is all cheeky simplicity and stylish expressionism.
- Double the space
The very essence of this two-way space is a clever amalgamation of the modern-minimal style. On the one hand, the stark, simple and unadorned spaces that make up this interior are such an ode to the modern style, while the logical and pragmatic implementation of each space defines the minimal aspect. Together, the two-way interior design is something that moulds the careful ideology of both these concepts into one.
- Functional and unique
There are simply no frou-frou accoutrements to this interior. The solid simplicity of the entire aesthetic is quite breathtaking as a whole, and is topped off by the clever implementation of careful lighting within the back wall. Each furniture piece is pragmatic, and no accessorizing has been carried out for posterity’s sake.
- Plain Jane
This dresser come closet has such an uncluttered and unique design physique. All surfaces have an amazingly smooth texture and the combination of natural light hat falls on that one dramatic lighting fixture provides a careful juxtaposition of the modern-minimal aesthetic. Both of these designs have been expertly carried out within the bounds of this small space.