Monday, May 11, 2009

The interior in the style of minimalism

A small apartment with a minimum cost the easiest way to settle it in the spirit of minimalism. Designers claim that this style is usually preferred creative people, deeply philosophical, self-sufficient life. The "minimalist" room to relax them better and easier to think - nothing to distract from thoughts.
If you want freedom, get rid of vanity and living things, then you will like minimalism.

interior minimalism

Minimalist interior - bright and free. Colors are used mostly quiet - soft pastels.

The most important thing when creating interiors in minimalist style is well-designed space in which many scattered, quiet light, which creates a feeling of light-emitting walls and ceilings, an abundance of air.
The huge role played by the window. Remarkably, if it is a very large (on the wall), but for him - a beautiful landscape. In this case, you can opt out of curtains and curtain - the nature of "will" in the house, will become part of the interior, make it more interesting, and harmonious. But if the window sleety bustling city - without the curtains do not do. But the curtains, too, should be under the entire interior - simple and uniform, can be blind.

In the minimalist interior and accessories are present, however, purely symbolic, in very moderate amounts. They are mostly familiar to you the things that bring home a piece of heat. It is desirable that these objects have the correct geometrical shape. But the existence of a modest interior daedal fountains and ancient carvings of hours possible!

To create a sense of the breadth and scope, building on opportunities exempt from interior partitions. No longer zadrapirovannye windows, sating the space with light, connect the housing with the surrounding world, making it part of the interior in the style of minimalism. Glass, light walls and ceiling, shiny white floor creates a sense of unfettered freedom. Zoning Space minimalist style is made with the help of color sex, semitransparent fabric or sliding glass partitions, using the lights in the walls, floor or ceiling. Fixtures are not visible, or they are simple in form. Glass shelves racks, glass tabletops and cabinet doors as if dissolved in air, not zasnimaya space. No trinkets, accessories, very little. The windows - simple in form of transparent blinds fabric or metal. They also need to be almost unnoticeable.

The forms of furniture in the style of minimalism interior is simple, too: sharp corners, no plastic lines. Sofas with rectangular cushions and armrests rigid, such as chairs and stools rectangular, almost cubic shape. Upholstery Bright, uniform, with a few contrasting «spots» - pillows, for example. There is nothing superfluous, everything is hidden inside. Therefore, the furniture is dominated podiums, closed cabinets, and ideally - boxes for storage.

The abstract paintings in the spirit of constructivism are complementary and beautifully decorated with minimalist interior and academic painting, by contrast, mercilessly spoil the overall mood of the room. Naturally, the picture should be inserted in the simple flat frame. The same applies to pictures and mirrors.

Japanese minimalism
Traditional Japanese interior - this is minimalism in its pure form. Naked walls, mats on the floor, occasionally falling into a field of view of miniature furniture and many, many empty spaces. The interior of the entire house designed as a single room with a "flow" space, constantly evolving through the various screens and sliding designs.

Japanese housing is simple compositional decisions, a simple color (traditionally this is the land of color - white, gray, brown, black and shades of those colors), simplicity of materials (mainly wood and stone), a flexible layout. No lockers, they replace two or three niches in the wall with a door or shelf, and no chairs - people write and eat, sitting on haunches. The Japanese have never used a bed: sleeping on mats on a thin cotton mattress. Wrote on nizenkom lacquered table with sliding drawers. The only weakness of the Japanese - the small-larchiki lacquered cabinets and boxes for writing materials, of which every Japanese home предостаточно. Modest home environment to complement the stands of books and screens.

Lot in a small - this is the motto of modern minimalism!

1 comment:

  1. I love minimalism living spaces because it allows me to actually think, instead of stare at tons of objects. I do not enjoy being bombarded with thoughts when I'm trying to relax at home. maybe not every room has to be so minimal, but I do like a minimal living room, and sitting area. If you want to do things in your living room, bring the items in, and then store them away when you are done :) Nice post.