It is impossible to deny the comfort and simplicity of the solved minimalist interior. But, ask any interior designer and they will tell you that getting a modest look can be difficult. You don’t want your room to look cluttered, but at the same time, if the minority goes wrong, it can make the place feel cold and lifeless. To help you with your minimal travel, Design Cafe brings you living room design ideas where ‘less’ is the smartest choice.
It is important to pay attention to the scale
Easy living rooms and small spaces come together beautifully. You can make some design changes to make the most of your space available without looking at clutter. For example, dig up a traditional five- to the seven-seater sofa and replace it with a small L-shaped sofa. Add some ottoman or comfy chairs to enhance the seating as well as add variety to the living room. Replace the large coffee table with the coffee compact shown in the image below.
Muted Colours To Break The Monochrome
If you are rooting for minimal design but don’t want to stay away from colors, this living room in the image here is a guide to follow you. Sofa sets, curtains, and other finishes follow a monochrome scheme that gives the space a unified and clean look. And then, they introduce dynamism through contrasting wallpapers and silent carpets.
Go all white for a comfortable minimalist living room
Why use color when you can be all white and create amazing minimalist decor? This will make the process much easier as it gives a complete view of the space as by default all the elements in this palette come together. And being ubiquitous does not mean that the entertainment community is missing out. It’s about playing with shapes, textures, and elements. For example, in this modest living room below, the designer has created a natural, earthy look. Have a statement lamp with some greens.
Feature One Statement Piece
In this modest interior, the designer has chosen a white sofa. He didn’t even choose a pillow or a comfortable pillow. But to pop the color, the designer put only one item in a really bright color – the dark blue chair. It gets your attention and manages to get your attention as long as you stay in the room. For a more casual look, you can do without striped wallpaper and opt for a whiter white color instead.
Say hello to monochrome
Monochrome is king when it comes to minimalist design. The living room downstairs is a perfect example of ‘less is more’. A neat and tidy collection of sofa sets, monochrome pillows, and a rug to keep things interesting and cool. Then add a glass coffee table for easy and stylish living room decoration.
Incorporate Wood Inspired Minimalistic Designs
Who said you can’t use wood or wood-inspired designs in a comfortable minimalist living room? The design cafe room is a breath of fresh air in a colorful form. The casual coffee table is yet another perfect example of formal interior design. Matching seating arrangements, TV cabinets, chairs, and natural carpets make a selective combination of clay and natural ends.