“Finding the perfect artwork for a minimalist interior”
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Minimalist interiors will typically have:
-The minimum amount of furniture necessary for comfortable living
-Zero clutter – which means employing cunning storage solutions (like furniture that doubles up as a place to hide things)
-A clear floor – usually bare floorboards or even concrete, with a single rug in the centre of the room
-A simple colour schemes using muted tones, with one or perhaps two solid accent colours
-A small number of striking objects, items of furniture or artworks, each making a statement or providing a purpose.
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Choosing art for minimalist interiors
Because a minimalist interior by definition won’t have many artworks on the walls, selecting the right ones becomes all the more important. In a minimalist scheme you’ll generally want a single artwork on an otherwise bare wall to provide a focal point for the room. It could be a large canvas, but sometimes a relatively small picture in a simple black frame is just as effective.
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