Minimalism is considered by some people to be one of the crowning architectural achievements of the 20th century. In a culture that has been taught that more is more, it’s becoming more common for many people to begin to purge the past and embrace a clutter-free lifestyle. William Morris’ once said, “Have nothing in your house you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” With less clutter to plow through, you can enjoy the unique beauty of each piece of furniture or art in your home. The trick is to take it room by room. Clear all clutter and don’t add anything back until you’re down to the flooring. Separate things into three piles: Things to donate, things to keep and things to throw away. Keep in mind that many things can be recycled. Your keep pile should be the smallest.
TVLift Cabinet - Moderna with Espresso Finish
Then, start with larger furniture. What do you absolutely need to be comfortable in your living space? A couch. A chair. A table. A TVLiftCabinet for the television and storage that keeps the TV invisible when not being used and all electronic gadgets out of site. Minimalism styles are very clean and streamlined. There might be one picture on the wall or a sculpture in the corner. If it’s not useful or beautiful, it’s time to move it out. CEO Rob Buehl says that people who prefer a minimalist look often select white and espresso finishes, as well as cabinetry with sleek lines. “The most popular styles for people who prefer a minimalist look are Concord, Prism and Moderna.”