22
Oct

How to Plan a Minimalist Design Theme in Today’s World of Excesses

Messy room leads to a messy mind. A simple and clean home never fails to put up a smile on ones face after a hectic day of busy schedules. Similarly, a cluttered design can take the beauty out of any brilliant interior decor theme. That’s why minimalist design themes have become increasingly popular of late, but maintaining a clutter-free interior design is a stressful job.  So, here are a few tips to go step by step and achieve the “less is more” approach.

Define specific zones within your living space

Beyond the obvious kitchen, bedroom, and living room plans, focus on what you will be using each area for. For example, will you require a home office or will your child require a play area. This detailed planning will help you avoid cluttering available space for zones that you come up with as an afterthought.

Assign specific zones for specific functions

From huge appliances to small random objects assign specific spaces. Look around, sunglasses to keys, umbrellas to bits of paper, implement the minimalist design and get the space cleared. With definite zone allocation not just for minor items but also for specific functions such as conversation, entertainment, etc.

Storage

Figure out your day-to day-essentials that need easy-access storage and those that need to be taken out only once in a while, and store them according to priority. Select the rarely used items and store them away from sight. Don’t forget to keep the frequently used objects within reach in the place assigned to it.

Add a splash of color, texture, and personality

Minimalist design doesn’t have to be boring or bland. Introduce interesting color combos on a neutral base. White and yellow bases project a warmer appearance throwing spotlight on every piece of decor placed in it. Cool shades of blue gives a crisper look.

Light

Natural light is always preferable than artificial ones in a minimalist décor. Sunlight adds glow to the room. Well light rooms with bright LEDs bring home the style and class. Spacing furniture and décor elements to allow maximum light to stream through the room helps you optimize on the space element of the room.

Smart furniture

Implement multipurpose decors those are sneaky and stylish. Multifunctional furniture with charismatic look helps you to keep up with the trend. These furniture turn out to be a boon to those who are longing for a minimalistic look, being a maximalists on the inside as it provides  with huge hidden storage spaces. Storage beds and hollow headboards are good examples.

Choose alternatives

Replace heavy objects with lighter ones. Why hold on to huge wooden wardrobes, when a simple hanging stand can do it. Go in for glass and lightweight furniture that give a sense of space and remove the feel of clutter.

Highlighters

Accessorize the rooms with simple and unique highlighters. A small cactus pot near the dressing table, designer door mats, bright patterned pillow covers will do. Define that single focal point for your rooms that will serve as the show stopper. Do not create multiple focal points or overdo the theme, for example, indoor plants across every corner and on every single table not just clutters the space but also attracts dust.

 

Minimalist designs require you to tone down, remove, and simplify decor elements. This exercise can be quite daunting; however, with practice, a structured approach, and a solid decor plan you can definitely achieve minimalism in your décor initiatives. Of course, you will also need the support of some expert interior designers who can help you with the process. Connect with us at https://satorie.in/ or call us at 9840488402 for more such smart minimalist design themes.