"Less is More" - Minimalist and Modern taking over 2018's home trend. Minimalist design started in the 20th century as a reaction to traditional and overly wrought classical details. In a nutshell, it's designed that’s stripped down to its essential purpose and identity by eliminating everything unnecessary. 

Here's how you can upgrade your home into a freshly spacious minimalist set up:


Live with less, get rid of the unnecessary decorations and pieces of furniture to make the room comfy and spacious.  Living in a clean and clear space isn’t just minimalist, it’s healthy. If you have accessories or other objects lying around that are just gathering dust, consider donating them.

Use Wood

 Most of today’s furniture is made of engineered pressed wood. Let real wood take center stage via the high-quality furnishings of the 50’s. These mid-century masterpieces have clean lines of teak, walnut, oak, and rosewood.

Create a Neutral Base

Creating a classic minimalistic interior is all about the base color. Pick a  clean, fresh-looking, and calm pigments that are not bland or boring.

Invest in Elegant Storage

A concealed storage is one of the keys to a clean and spacious room. Carefully plan spaces can hold vast amounts of storage, freeing us from the weight of excess and allowing us room to contemplate.

Focus on Function

The focus of a room is often created by the furniture and accessories in it. Disjointed wall art or overdone window treatments, for example, don’t necessarily enhance the function of a space; they distract from it.