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Three Great Minimalist Decorating Tips

Decorating your new casa begins after building a new home.  This is an exciting and sometimes stressful experience. After the ink is dry on the substantial amount of paperwork, comes the move in, and praying that all of your belongings arrive unharmed. The entire process can be exhausting. However, after the closing, and move-in, comes the fun part by adding your own personality and using a minimalist interior design is a great way to create a modern aesthetic.

Minimalism is one of the most popular design trends of the past five years. This design language permeates the current landscape of graphic/web design, art, architecture, and interior design. It is a framework based on simplicity, and can be applied to interior design with incredible results. Here are three tips for a minimalist decor.

  1. Keep It Open

One of the major rules of minimalism is to keep only the essentials, with a focus on functionality, so avoid filling space with unnecessary furnishings. Focus on using open space to make a design statement, making sure the essential (functional) furniture can stand out. The modern, open floor plans at Maronda Homes are a great canvas for minimalist decorating. So after you’ve determined which pieces are essential remember to..

  1. Choose High Quality Pieces

Less is more is the mantra of minimalism, so be sure that the furniture pieces you choose stand out alone. For instance if there is one chair or couch in a room, select a high-quality piece with a strong design. The open space becomes an art gallery, and the furniture is the painting. Make sure you choose a piece that deserves focus.

  1. Use Color Wisely

A popular misconception of minimalist design is that it needs to be monochrome and lack color. This doesn’t have to be the case. Again, focus on essential colors, and choosing one color to grab the attention.

One colorful painting on a white wall, or a red coffee table with a white chair and couch are some examples of using color wisely. The less color that is used, the more powerful the statement for the color that is there.

Minimalism is a design trend that has been around a long time, and that shows no sign of slowing down. Hopefully these tips will inspire you to create a beautiful, minimalist Maronda home.