Those who do not have things and who live on the minimum are called minimalists, but the rooms where overseas minimalists live are very stylish, although they are simple and simple. Let’s check the coordination technique that looks fashionable even though there is nothing in the minimalist living spreading in Japan!
The room of the overseas minimalist is very nice!
A simple living room that does not put plenty of objects looks fashionable because lighting fixtures and chairs are highly designed. Let’s stick to the necessary furniture one by one.
By placing sticking furniture in the dining space, even a minimum of furniture makes a fashionable atmosphere.
If you see all the visible parts also unified in white, you will get an inorganic fancy feeling. Others seem to like black, gray, beige etc.
Kitchen also cooked utensils hidden and stored. I am stuck with lighting and cushioning, and it is becoming an interior coordination which makes you feel the commitment even with minimal interior goods.
If you have a large storage space, you can store the hidden things securely. It is not necessary to reduce things, but it is also necessary for the minimalist’s living to have the minimum necessary things properly.
Let’s use the storage space under the bed to make the room clean. There is enough storage space to hide the minimalist is a mast.
White and gray are preferred for the minimalist, but it is recommended to add color with a bed cover etc. It also becomes an accent.
Minimize fashionable decoration. It is cool to decorate what you really liked.
It is good to stick to the way to put small items, to make it a storage space to show.
Let’s minimize storage that also shows makeup space. The room looks more spacious and cleaner if you do not issue accessories as well.
Clear without placing any bathroom. You can look nice just by putting flowers without placing anything. Just keep cleaning clean and keep it clean.
There seems to be many stylish minimalist rooms abroad! If you live as a minimalist, you will live with what you need to minimize, but if fewer things, there will inevitably remain a commitment and practical one. Is not it a perfect fit for a minimalist room to be fashionable and functional as it looks? It is not pursuing only coolness. As a point to make it more fashionable, is not it good to incorporate furniture and miscellaneous goods that unify colors or become accent of the room as a point?
Source Inspirations: folk-media