Your Design Style Is…

Contemporary minimalism

In Contemporary Minimalist style, less is truly more. It’s about creating spaces that inspire serenity, where every element serves a purpose and design celebrates simplicity with modern curves through furniture and decor.

more about the style

Contemporary Minimalist style embraces the beauty of simplicity, featuring uncluttered spaces, a muted colour palette, and a focus on natural materials. It thrives in environments that prioritize open spaces, natural light, and functional elegance.

inspiration for Contemporary Minimalism homes

In a Contemporary Minimalism-style home, you would typically find…


neutral colours like white, gray, and black, creating a sense of simplicity


architectural and furniture elements feature sleek, unadorned lines, promoting an uncluttered and open feel


Minimalist furniture pieces prioritize functionality and often double as storage solutions


A sparse and purposeful selection of decor items, with an emphasis on “less is more”


A tendency to avoid intricate patterns, with a preference for solid colours or simple geometric designs


Expansive windows allow ample natural light to flood the space, enhancing the sense of openness


Floors may be left bare, or simple floor coverings like plain rugs or sleek tiles are used


Minimalist lighting fixtures often feature clean and geometric shapes, providing functional illumination


Art pieces are selected to complement the minimalist aesthetic, often focusing on abstract or simple representations


Efforts are made to conceal or integrate technology seamlessly into the design, reducing visual clutter
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design isn’t one size fits all

often we love pieces from all different design styles. Here are some other styles to explore:
What’s Next?

Now that you’ve pinpointed your design style, consider donating or giving away items that don’t match your design preferences. This not only frees up space but also helps create a more cohesive and enjoyable living environment, allowing you to curate a home that truly reflects your taste and style.

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