Less is more when creating a warm and nuanced home that will be worth the investment; minimalist interior design is timeless. Here are our essential techniques and ideas to have minimalist decor work in your home.

Double-Function Decor

Choose furniture pieces that are multipurpose. Form, function, and purpose keep a room calm, fresh and decluttered. These pieces offer more opportunity for storage for items such as books, toys and excess clutter. The clean lines and sophisticated look are both classic and particularly useful for those smaller spaces or where your children play.

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Maximize Light & Space

Create a sense of harmony and openness with an open concept living space. If the infrastructure permits, consider knocking down the walls between your kitchen and living rooms. Adding extra windows will invite the outdoors in. Allow natural light to spill into your home, creating the illusion of a bigger room, which is added value to your home.

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Built-In Appliances

The smooth and seamless look of built-in appliances give your kitchen the organizational and functional feel that is the key to a minimalist space. Sometimes, separate appliances can be a striking contrast to the cabinetry, and an overall discontinuity to the kitchen. Keep your kitchen organized by converting unused storage space into a harmonious and organized cooking oasis; it’s worth investing in.

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Open Up Your Bathroom

With regards to return on investment, your bathrooms are a main selling feature. It requires an abundance of natural light to keep things bright and airy. Transform your bathroom into a spa-like retreat where you can be relaxed and refreshed. If a full renovation is not viable, consider adding a skylight, additional windows, modern minimalistic light fixtures, or install a continuous wall-to-ceiling tile for a cohesive effect.

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