Minimalism is style, not boredom

Less is more


The initial idea of ​​minimalism is recorded in the 1930s and is attributed to the architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. He defined this direction in architecture with the motto "less is more". Minimalism in the interior is characterized by its desire for free space with a minimum of furniture and accessories. Attention is paid to quality materials instead of quantity, and with a minimum of components, minimalism can evoke the maximum effect of perceptions on humans. The philosophy of minimalism in the interior deviates from the accumulation of things and leaves the full sound, airy and open space. The goal of minimalism is to create an inspiring environment and make the beauty of carefully selected solitaires or works of art stand out. In an environment without traces of the past, there is room for future experiences. The colors of the interior copy the definition of a minimalist style, ie sober and measured without strong, aggressive shades. The most commonly used colors in a minimalist interior are neutral colors, most often gray, sand or beige tones in combination with white and black. Natural wood surfaces and warm neutrals are no exception to the minimalist style. The basis of the materials used for the minimalist interior is simplicity, smooth cement screeds, large-format wooden panels in the living part of the house, or stone slabs without joints, which emphasize the drawing of the material and give the interior a luxurious look. To contrast the structures of various materials, we use exposed concrete or quarry stone.