Minimalism beloved by many is a philosophy of life that involves moderation in everything and the conscious consumption and use of the objects and spaces around us, it resembles the Scandinavian lifestyle without frills.Minimalistic interior design is especially relevant for the owners of private landed houses, as more space perfectly emphasizes all the advantages of this style in the interior.

Thus, connoisseurs of their time, forces, and resources, not only material but also spiritual, fell in love with minimalism in the interior, as this style of interior is timeless and has remained relevant for many seasons during the period of so rapidly changing trends in the design world.

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It is convenient for its simplicity without frills, especially in the 21st century when everyone is overloaded with tens of thousands of advertising posters, pop-ups, and announcements, they are not pleasing to the eye at all, and after a hard day at work, having come to a succinctly furnished house, which includes the use of no more than three colors in the interior, but at the same time is distinguished by its cozy atmosphere a person rests from the bustle of the city and the worries of tomorrow.

In this article, we go through a landed house interior design in Singapore portfolio by Space Factor, and share what ideas you can have when designing for your landed home.

Style features of a landed minimalist house interior:

Furniture and materials used

Natural materials that create a warm and pleasant atmosphere in the house are welcome in home decoration. These include wood, natural stones, metals, and glass that have a clear shape, but at the same time retain their natural pattern.

The functionality and practicality of furniture also play an important role. The combination of several functions in one item is a key distinguishing feature of furniture used in this style. An excellent example can be a folding sofa or tabletop.

The fact that there are no small decorating objects in the interior is not unimportant, interior minimalism prefers the use of more massive decor items while maintaining an aesthetic appearance.

A distinctive feature of the furniture used is the minimality of its décor is that the furniture most often does not have handles and can be opened simply by touching, the surface of the furniture is most often smooth. As for upholstered furniture, it is usually made of high-quality natural materials that will later last a long time.

COLORS

When choosing a palette of colors, it is worth stopping at basic monochrome shades such as white, beige, light brown, and gray; sometimes you can dilute these shades by adding brighter blue or black colors. Light ones will help to make the space visually more spacious and bright, as well as a smooth transition of pastel colors from the ceiling to the floor.

LIGHTING

Тhe use of natural light is very important since panoramic windows are valued in minimalism, and to achieve this goal, curtains are less often used in this interior, and if used, then translucent light color ones.

Naturally, artificial lighting cannot be dispensed with, and to create it, multi-level lighting systems are used; also, to create artificial lighting, chandeliers of geometric shapes are used that fit perfectly into the design concept.

WALLS

The walls should be symmetrical, smooth, and evenly painted, also plastered hearty with various textures or wallpaper with a hint of paint are also suitable. The accent element of the decor can be wood used on one of the walls so as not to overload the look of the room or stone wall decor can be used, as well as materials such as metal expired. do not forget that ornaments and any other bright patterns will not be appropriate for this composition in the interior.

You can also hang paintings on the walls that can perfectly complement the interior by adding a pleasant and cozy touch, but remember that too bright colors of the paintings can overload the overall picture of the house.

CEILING

The ceiling in this style must have a perfectly flat and smooth surface. Therefore, stretch fabrics will fit into a minimalist interior as well as possible. Their design can be both multi-level and single-level. In the latter case, white canvases with a satin or matte texture are more often used.

Multi-level designs allow not only to complement the interior with bright accents, diluting the monochrome style but also to divide the space into separate functional areas. This is very important because minimalism does not allow a large amount of furniture or additional partitions, which are usually used for zoning rooms.

The shape of the different levels of the ceiling structure should be extremely simple. Protrusions in the form of regular geometric shapes are allowed: circles, squares, or rectangles.

OTHER DECORATIONS

If the design of your home in the style of minimalism seems too boring to you, then the great news is that modern design solutions allow diluting a restrained palette with the use of more colored textiles in the interior.

If your bedroom has a department in two or three colors, it will not be superfluous to use a colored bedspread on the bed to make a bright note, such a solution may be especially relevant in a children’s room.

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If the design of your home in the style of minimalism seems too boring to you, then the great news is that modern design solutions allow diluting a restrained palette with the use of more colored textiles in the interior.

If your bedroom has a department in two or three colors, it will not be superfluous to use a colored bedspread on the bed to make a bright note, such a solution may be especially relevant in a children’s room.

Minimalism is especially relevant for landed homes as a large space filled with junk is very difficult to clean, however, an interior that includes a minimum number of items can be a great solution, especially for families in which most people do not have time to clean up daily.

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