20,070 Minimalism Home Design Photos

T01 Architecture & Interiors
Park House
girl grows, the large artwork can be replaced with a mirror, while all her knick-knacks can be easily updated. And the extensive set of drawers helps minimise mess – perfect for any age!
“Shelf material” — crucianqueene
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Create a space with personalityWho says small always has to mean white and minimal? I love this pocket-sized shower in a wooden tub. It is cute, unassuming and utilises a very small space in a very inventive way.
“Shower for small space.” — lenoraclaire
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
House at Ross
When you're thinking about maximizing natural light, also consider minimizing fluorescent light — especially in kitchens. If you're a stay-at-home mom or dad and spend a lot of time in the most-used room of the house, you
“Chopping Bloch as island” — emilylmoss
Buckenmeyer Architecture
9 Reviews
Craftsman kitchen
While increasing light levels is important, it is equally important to minimize glare. Use matte finishes to reduce light flares and glare.
“Sink” — kbb1011
Prestige Custom Building & Construction, Inc.
Living Room
If your sectional is equally long on both sides, you could balance it with two fairly minimal chairs or one bulky one. Place the chair on a diagonal close to the plane of the sectional’s back to keep the layout feeling open.
“Cheyne Terrace - interesting to take a different wood type (and lighter) when you have darker furnit” — puttsky
Nick Noyes Architecture
4 Reviews
Healdsburg Residence
Fitch Mountain, California, by Nick Noyes Architecture. Our choices are seemingly endless. Some may opt for a simple utilitarian home dressed with minimal materials, while others may opt for complex shapes and profuse decoration.
“clean cut look” — jansen1759
Behr Construction Company
7 Reviews
Chevy Chase
The clean lines of a contemporary garden pool are a tailor-made backdrop for koi. The minimal plantings and spare hardscape allow the red and gold beauties to take center stage.
“Koi pond” — jasseyb
Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
15 Reviews
Historic Schoolhouse Loft
Minimal privacy. Have an interesting architectural artifact? If you have a random, flat architectural piece or textile, treat it as a screen. This Chinese screen is great looking and creates a stylish barrier between the vanity and toilet.
“Bath” — Heather Monek
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