16,264 minimalism Home Design Photos

Presidio Tile
Gemstone
Ideabooks6,115
Questions8
stage, in which case, you should opt for a more subtle, perhaps even very minimal splashback that won’t draw attention away from the benchtop.
“Stone” — pkhaney
Lucy Interior Design
10 Reviews
Glamorous Boudoir
Ideabooks10,995
Questions14
the designers at Lucy Interior Design used the black-on-black look to minimize its impact in the room.
“Colors wallpaper” — jj5361
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
House at Ross
Ideabooks23,232
Questions16
When you're thinking about maximizing natural light, also consider minimizing fluorescent light — especially in kitchens. If you're a stay-at-home
“open truss skylight” — snyder2544
Soorikian Architecture
6 Reviews
Decatur Bungalow Remodel
Ideabooks1,594
Questions6
will keep toy clutter in check all over the house.More:Decluttering: Minimalism With ChildrenContaining Kid Clutter: Stylish Storage Solutions for Kid
“Chairs” — trek_4500
The Shabby Nest
1 Review
shabby nest
Ideabooks7,519
Questions6
I love this blue and neutral room because it has a minimal style that the children will not outgrow. Also, the modern, monogrammed
“Drawers” — upasnanandwani
tessellate architecture and design
House Clovelly
Ideabooks1,160
Questions2
MinimalLong, narrow verandahs (particularly ones that flow out from the bedroom) are best left uncluttered – particularly when the view is as magical as
“Doors” — bresulani
CAST architecture
15 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks508
Questions0
important factors in the design, which embraces the low winter sun and minimizes sunlight in the hot summer months. The south side of the house, shown here
“Mazama, Washington” — daja10145
Laura U, Inc.
12 Reviews
Memorial Park Modern
Ideabooks1,556
Questions3
Split a spaceLow-level shelves are ideal if you only require minimal storage or want it to be a decorative feature. A unit like this can be used to divide
“tab/e/bookshelf behind sofa” — reneesisson
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