Minimalism has become one of those interior design styles that has become quite ubiquitous throughout Singapore. It has almost become a part of our contemporary lifestyles because of its simplicity and focus on decluttering. Furthermore, this style is truly all-encompassing in grounding the human psyche and presenting a focused, elegant ambiance. Today, we’ll be taking a look at how you can accomplish minimalism in gorgeous lines!
1. Hierarchy of boldness
If you look at this minimalistic interior design, you’ll notice how the rhythm between the various vertical lines creates a visual hook that never fails to attract the eye. The rhythmic repetition of vertical lines in the window coverings as well as the door create a nice visual harmony that perfectly complements the minimalistic style of the interior setting.
2. Through unique furniture
Minimalistic furniture comes with no frou-frou accoutrements and is very plain in aesthetic. Its simplicity must match that of the overall design aesthetic that makes up the rest of the ambience. This is especially relevant in terms of in-built credenza. It can be done in simple lines and creative vertical and horizontal linear balances.
3. Round by design
It’s a common misconception that minimalism be carried out in straight lines. The truth is, you can use any medium of lines possible, as long as it is executed cleanly and crisply. A good precedent for this is the TWI Terminal in USA and Eero Sarinen’s Tulip Table design. similarly, this round divider of a space is the perfect example of how you can use roundness by design in minimal interiors.
4. Ditching conventions
When it comes to minimalistic bedroom designs, liner geometry is your best asset. You can ditch the typical headboard-footboard-duvet conundrum for something that is much more efficient as well as elegant in aesthetic. You can even highlight the lines with clever recessed lighting offsets.
5. Cabinets are the best
Kitchens are the best way to interpret minimalism in linear geometry. This is mostly because there are a lot of functional surfaces that benefit from the linear patterning. You can use it in the back splash, the cabinets, and even the accessories throughout the kitchen interior design.