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Minimalism and home decor

Not everyone enjoys minimalistic décor, as some may perceive it to be barren and chilly. However, for those who vouch for minimalistic décor, it fosters a unique and unpretentious way of living. The concept of minimalism originates from traditional Japanese architecture and design, which advocates "less is more". It involves making the most of minimal resources and has gained significant global popularity among celebrities, professionals, and architects. Recently, decorators and homeowners have taken minimalism to a new level by adopting the concept of "cosy minimalism" as a theme.

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There are several advantages of embracing minimalism in home decoration. Firstly, it is a cost-effective way to decorate your home. Minimalist décor promotes a serene and peaceful environment, which can help you relax and de-stress. It encourages the removal of clutter, creating an airy and spacious atmosphere. Minimalism also encourages people to make smart and long-term investments instead of indulging in frequent retail therapy. Many people are attracted to minimalism, especially young professionals who face tremendous stress at work and home. A minimalist home can provide a sense of calm and spirituality, allowing for a peaceful space to breathe and unwind. By incorporating large windows and mirrors, minimalism allows natural light to enter the space and enhance the home's overall energy. Ultimately, minimalism is an excellent way to adopt a lifestyle with fewer possessions, which aligns well with the modern-day ethos of simplification and mindfulness.

To achieve a minimalist decoration, the first step is to simplify while being effective. Instead of investing in large and bulky furniture, opt for elegant and functional pieces that match the overall aesthetic of your home. Mirrors can be used cleverly to create an illusion of more space in a room. Light colour schemes on walls can enhance the minimalist look and feel of the space. Full wall or floor-length mirrors can reflect more light, creating a brighter and more spacious atmosphere. Large wall art can also reduce clutter in a room while showing off your personality. Earthy and cream colour palettes can add an elegant touch to your rooms.

Minimalism is a new trend gaining popularity in India, with only a few minimalist homes and bungalows in major cities. However, there are some great global examples of minimalist homes, such as the Slide House in Japan, a unique and antique house that creates lifetime memories. 

A couple of great examples of minimalist houses done well in India. The Minimalist Bungalow at Baroda by Atelier dnD and Isha's home in Mumbai are perfect blends of contemporary and traditional design. Isha's home features a collection of items that suit her minimalist style and add a unique charm to her house. These homes take cosy minimalism to new heights and will captivate you at first sight.


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