How to Approach a Minimalist Design in Multifamily
Minimalism is all about embracing simplicity for a calming aesthetic and peace of mind. If you’re ready for a less-is-more aesthetic for your multifamily community, here are some tips to consider.
Clear The Clutter
Clutter is the enemy of minimalism. Without it, you have a better chance of creating a beautiful space free of excess. Minimal design doesn't mean there isn't anything in the room, but rather, it means that everything in the room has a purpose (and sometimes more than one).
Use Neutral Colors
The main characteristic of minimalist design in a multifamily home is the neutral colors and natural tones. These tones create a calm and comfortable atmosphere. The main colors can be selected based on the dominant color of the room.
Working with neutral colors, you can easily change the interior design of your apartment depending on your preference or taste.
Prioritize White Space
While you may want to buy a ton of furniture or decorations to fill your home, this impulse is counterproductive to a minimalist lifestyle. You want to be sure that your possessions don’t crowd your space, especially white space. White space refers to the unused space in your home. White space makes the house look more spacious and creates more room for movement.
White space can be seen in minimalist homes, where there is a balance of furniture and space, also known as negative space. It allows your eyes to focus on what you want them to focus on and makes everything else stand out.