Not a fan of clutter and maximalism? Minimalist homes are the perfect sanctuary for anyone looking to put their mind to ease after a long day. To achieve that, you need more than just minimalist home decor ideas. In fact, keeping your home tidy is a big part of that minimalist look. Here are some homes in Singapore that nailed the minimalist look.
Maintain an all-white palette in order to better highlight the strong angles of a space, such as this slanted study nook.
The lack of decorations may appear stark at first, but this calculated sparseness complements the bedroom’s architectural outlines to create a modern expression. A simple wallpaper may sometimes make a bigger impact than decorative items, anyway.
Space itself is a luxury that should be accentuated, and a room with clean lines and a cream-hued palette does just that.
Clutter has been effectively removed from this minimal HDB apartment thanks to an anchoring “box” that conceals shelves, wardrobes, and even a washroom. Discover more ways to conceal eyesores in your home here!
Create a reading corner that you can truly relax in with simple design features and calming wood elements for a cosier touch. Love this Japanese-inspired nook?
A strong design language can be reiterated with just the choice of materials. Here, the architectural skeleton of the home becomes the focal point with timber flooring and a matching wood-look wallpaper for the ceiling.
To better enhance the feel of an open concept bedroom, flush the bulkier features to the wall and refrain from too many decorative elements.
Keep your concrete walls bare and the lighting minimal to create this elegantly moody den.
Handle-less cabinets in matte-finish laminates are the way to go if you desire an urban and minimal kitchen like this one.
If you’re afraid that a monochromatic palette will appear too austere, imbue some warmth and add textural depth to the space with parquet or veneer flooring.