Minimalist decors always make a statement if done right. There has to be a balance when going minimalistic. Maintaining the fine line between keeping it minimum to keeping it less. Keeping it less means there is not enough to make the space fell well. Keeping it minimum means having just the right number of items to make the area seem decorated and designed. If the fine line is crossed, it could seem like the minimalistic decor is exaggerated. To maintain the fine line a few basic tips could do the magic.
Keeping the balance in space is very important. We have to carefully choose each piece of furniture and combine it with the right accessories. Accessories like the pillow cases, curtains, associated smaller furniture must be picked in such a way that it complements the main piece of furniture in the room. Always pick quality over quantity. One furniture of good quality can substitute over 5 to 6 furniture pieces without quality. A single piece of accent furniture in a room with just a few simple complimenting accessories can speak a lot in style.
Adding a bit of rustic touch in your living room bring in a lot of statement to the decor. One rustic looking furniture or drape or an accent piece makes a point of attraction to a rather stereotyped Minimalistic decor in the room. Neutral, warm palette of colors could give a touch of class to the room. Although white is considered as a clean and classy color, adding a touch of neutral or theme based color will add a pop in decor and makes the room appealing. One of the biggest tip most interior decorators talk about is it include curtains or drapes at home which re-direct the light rather than blocking them off completely. Curtains and drapes play a huge role in design and light aesthetics of a certain room. It the shade and material of the curtain that decides how bright or dark or what color the room is. Colorful shear drapes make the room fun and youthful. Plain white drapes make the room classy and cold. Deciding the right curtains makes the statement.
Recent trend of Minimalistic decor design include a mixture of multiple items in different colors and different sizes grouped together for the shape. These are usually kept in the mantle and made the center of attraction. Smaller items of different sizes and colors kept separately tend to disappear at home. Hence grouping them together brings it a purpose while making the design unique to itself. Open shelving around the room helps make the space look bigger while forcing to keep minimum stuff in the shelf. Horizontal open shelf can also be left half empty with minimal items to make the decor look cleaner. Minimalistic decor mean most walls are left empty and to not make it look bare a good piece of art that grabs attention can be hung on the prime wall of the room. Art completes the decor and make the room feel personalized.