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Minimalist Marvelous || Create an uncluttered, de-cluttered & utterly beautiful space

As you find yourself spending more time at home – as many of us currently are – it’s a good opportunity to take stock of your décor, and consider de-cluttering, rearranging, or maybe even revamping entire rooms if you’re feeling ambitious. As you work to keep your home clean, one design style that will complement your de-cluttering efforts is minimalism. “Less is more” is minimalism’s mantra, but it doesn’t have to mean cold and stark. Visually, the goal is to create a calm retreat that’s loaded with textures, makes you feel instantly comfortable, and only showcases your absolute favorite objects while hiding away items you don’t use every day. In addition to using soft neutral hues, you also want your space to function seamlessly, so multipurpose furniture, and pieces with non-visible or streamlined hardware are excellent choices. Setting up a minimalist, luxurious space at home is helpful in escaping the chaos of a sometimes-turbulent world, and it’s something you can make yours to enjoy anytime.

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Streamline Your Basics || Your living room sofa is likely one of your most used furniture pieces, so it needs to be comfortable. In addition to plush cushions, if you want to achieve a minimalist look, consider a contemporary sofa with clean lines, track arms, and block feet. If you have concerns about light-hued upholstery, go with a high-performance fabric that’s super-durable, and easy to clean. Depending on your space, pair your sofa with matching chairs, and a sleek, mid-century-style console with a few carefully-edited objects displayed on top. In place of typical end tables, consider accent tables with minimalist tops on cantilevered bases so you can move them around easily. For a dining room or kitchen, a glass top table paired with modern chairs will give you a classic minimalist look. In general, pieces that incorporate glass will help achieve a lightweight, minimalist feel, including floating shelves, étagères, and other similar furniture pieces.

Keep in mind that minimalist doesn’t have to be all light neutral colors. Black and white artwork and objects, for example, can add a bit more life to a minimalist interior – just use a small number of them to keep your space from looking cluttered. You can still mix color and pattern into your décor – area rugs and toss pillows are great ways – but keep them muted so your look doesn’t get too busy. Pastels are a good, workable option.

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Luxuriate With Textures || Streamline Your BasicsTo keep your minimalist space feeling cozy and looking chic, think of soft, tactile fabrics – perhaps a grey chenille throw on an accent chair, off-white shag toss pillows, or a cocktail ottoman upholstered in beige velvet. If you’re lucky to have a loft-type space, a streamlined leather sofa floating inside the area is a timeless minimalist look.

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