Camille Roy. living room minimalist. June 27th , 2018.
A minimalist design is ideal when you want to open up a space and make it look bigger. This type of design is appealing to most people. It makes use of simple functional pieces, clean lines, classic colors, and keeps you organized with various storage options.
The minimalist look is deceptive and tricky - it may seem like it is a simple thing to do because it requires less pieces and more clean lines. But pulling it off is actually tricky because your goal is not to make the living room look bare - this is not really what being minimalist is about. The best thing to do to pull off the minimalist look is to get a few statement furniture pieces and arrange them in your living room. Keep your colors solid - never go for patterns. Choose shades that are neutral and basic. Also, your wall colors should be in the ranges of whites, beiges, or solid blacks and grays.
Since your living room is the area where you normally entertain guests and socialize, you would naturally want your guest to feel at home. Your furniture can make or break the look of your living-room. A couch of reasonable size, neither too big nor too small, depending on the size of the room would be my first preference. I would also keep in mind the number of people I anticipate would come home at any point in time and accordingly select the couch. The quality of the cushions is also vital as too soft ones would make sitting a little awkward and would be difficult for anyone sitting on it to get up and come forward with ease.
Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does altercationrecords claim ownership or responsibility for such items a and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.