Interior Design / September 7, 2018 / Veronica Warner
Opt for pale colors over darker ones, and select pieces that have legs while avoiding those that are boxy. Glass coffee or end tables will take up less visual space than wooden ones because you can see through them. Any furnishings that don’t obstruct views will make an area seem more open.
My favorite of the floor pillows might just be the pouf. It looks as fun as it is to say. The pouf is a bulbous floor pillow that is high enough off the ground to almost be a stool, which makes it great as a seat, a foot rest, or a temporary end table. Its poufect!
The minimalist aesthetic is very pleasing and calming on the eye and is therefore a great style by which to design a bathroom scheme. Simplistic lines lend themselves to a clean environment and being in an uncluttered space is perfect for starting the day with a clear head, or to unwind in before sleep. Since we’re enjoying the minimalist aesthetic here and not the lifestyle per se, we can also add a dash of luxury to proceedings. We’re not attempting to subtract every detail that does not have a clear and intentional use, or pushing back against a bit of bathroom bling. There can be minimalist luxury bathrooms as well.
A garden stool can act as both an end table and a spot to perch, an ottoman with a tray can hold your TV remotes or transform into extra seating, a bench can display books when not in use otherwise.
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