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A crowded home filled with way too much stuff can make even the calmest person feel overwhelmed. When you have a home that is bursting with belongings and has every surface covered in clutter, it is hard to enjoy time spent relaxing at home. Making time for a decluttering session and ensuring your home is free from all those unwanted items is an excellent way to regain control of your living space and make it feel like a much calmer place to spend time. However, many people associate a clutter-free, minimalist living space with rooms that are free of personality and look sparse. While decluttering your home and making it a minimalist space does create a blank canvas, it does not mean that your rooms need to lack personality. It is perfectly possible to create a stylish family home without overwhelming it with stuff. Here are some décor ideas to consider for your minimalist house that will add a stylish touch without overcrowding the space:
Add Some Greenery
Plants are an excellent addition to your living space, provided that you pick the right ones. Choosing plants that benefit the air quality in your home, such as succulents and cacti, are an excellent way to enhance your living space. Grouping together a few smaller plants or one larger plant on its own will add extra interest to your room without taking up too much space. Plants are a perfect way to decorate naturally without overwhelming your room with a single color.
Choose a Feature Piece of Artwork
If you have a minimalist home or want to create one, it can be challenging to think of ways to add character and finishing touches. But, by following a few key principles, you will be able to introduce a focal point to the room without dominating the space too heavily. Creating a feature wall using a simple, understated piece of artwork is a great way to bring a decorative touch to your room. Choosing a beautiful Kinetic Sculpture made of wood will provide a stunning natural feature. Selecting a kinetic wooden piece of artwork will also create a calming effect thanks to its mesmerizing motion.
Add a Color
Being minimalist and decorating like one does not mean you are stuck with an all-white, entirely neutral color scheme. While introducing a full spectrum of vibrant colors to the room would not be minimalist, adding an accent color will work well. Painting your room in grey, or another neutral color creates the trademark minimalist look for your property. But, if you wish to add in an extra element of style, an accent color will work well. Choosing a soft, muted color for your accent shade, such as a pale blue, light pink, or soft green, will work perfectly. Incorporating this color in your pillows, throws, and light shades can give the room a fresh and stylish look. Sticking with one accent color will bring the separate elements of the room together to complete your minimalist style.