Less Is Always More for a Minimalist Home Interior

Too much of anything within an interior space can make it look cluttered, be it the accessories or your personal stuff. Minimalist interiors help in relieving you of the day’s stress and you are able to relax in a calm ambiance. Maintaining a proper balance of lighting, accessories, furnishings and colour schemes requires expertise. The tips of an interior company in Kolkata have been enlisted below to gain inspiration from them.

Colour Palette

Go for neutral shades or creams in combination with white to achieve the minimalist style in your home interiors. You can even use pale greys, browns or yellows if you find that the neutral tones chosen by you are blending with white. Bright colours can be used only in the alcoves, backsplash or feature walls and not in large areas.

Wall Treatment

The smoothness of the walls definitely counts for a flawless interior and so you need to ensure whether they have been plastered properly, and are without any trace of textured paper. Emulsion paints with matte finish are recommended in order to avoid sheen. Instead of decorating the wall with too many framed photos or artwork, mount a single large painting or an oversized mirror on the wall that you wish to deck up. Framed pictures or mirrors reflect light and add openness to the area.

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Neat and Smart Furniture

Furniture items featuring geometric shapes impart a clear look and make the room appear spacious. Instead of filling up the room with a variety of chairs, couches or tables, bring in multi-purpose items that also include concealed spaces for storage. This will help you keep the room clutter-free and airy. Whichever furniture type or design you may choose, make sure that enough floor space is left in the room after having placed them.

Moderate Lighting

Lighting is not just a necessity but a way of decorating your interiors through the magical effects produced by them. Excessive brilliance or very low lights can cause stress to the eyes. Select from an array of concealed lighting, LED strips, pendant lights, table lamps and floor lamps as per the demands of a specific room or area in the house.

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Let Light Penetrate In

Do not block the windows by placing tall, potted plants in front of them or by adding heavy drapes. Use sheer curtains instead and keep them apart for better inflow of light and air into the room.

Play with Textures

Instead of using several patterns or colours in the room decor, you can work with different types of materials, textures or shades based on two to three key colours. Otherwise, the room will look claustrophobic and busy if a uniformity is not maintained in the colours of the flooring, curtains, furnishings, and walls.

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Focal Point and Arrangement

A focal point in the room is essential for imparting it the minimalist style of decor. It can be anything, right from a framed ornate mirror to the TV unit. The rest of the things can be placed along the vertical or horizontal lines in respect to it, for creating an organized ambiance. Maintaining a balance in the arrangement of things is necessary. You can arrange for unidentical or identical pairs of similar furniture items, lamps photos or cushions on either side of the sofa or the bed to create the symmetric or asymmetric pattern of balance.

Hope, the reading has helped you. For further assistance, get in touch with Transterior, one of the most reliable interior designers in Kolkata. We are backed by a team of seasoned professionals that possesses economic space-planning skills and innovative design concepts to meet your interior requirements irrespective of the size of your home.

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