After a long busy day, we all desire a calm place, and what other place then home. Our Homes- our nest, therefore need to be comforting, clutter-less and less chaotic. Also for those of us who lead busy lifestyles, keeping our homes clean requires daily diligence. What then? The answer is keep your homes away from clutter. Have as minimal Interior design for your modern home interiors. Minimalism is all about simplicity. Lesser the items, more open space, more light, lesser the hassle.
Designer Pitch – For a healthy, less chaotic and aesthetically peaceful home, embrace a minimalist design.
Benefits of Minimal Design and tips to achieving it
Open floor plan Home interiors, between rooms like kitchen and living areas allow ample of light. Such open floor plans or room with ample of natural light appear wider and spacious then it actually is, uncluttered that add aesthetic appeal to minimalist home interior design.
2) Less complex furniture, less maintenance
Minimal Interiors Design elements not only refers to walls and ceiling design. But Minimal Interiors features clean trim details. Avoid those unwanted door pulls and other design details.
Like Cabinets with flat slabs rather than raised or recessed panels and bare hardware to some extent eliminates the visual noise spotted with cabinetry.
3) Less clutter
An overflowing unit (display unit or storage unit) can be distracting to look at. Get rid of unwanted items. This will help you keep your open display units neat and arranged. If you cannot get rid of those items, get furniture’s with storage like bed with storage, sofa set with storage, center tables, etc.
4) Less stuff = less cleaning = less dust, dirt & allergies
Clutter collects dust. Dust invites mites. Therefore look around your homes. Remove all the knickknacks from tables and shelves. Also remove those extra layers of furnishings from couch and beds. We realize, you want to make your homes feel more comfortable and luxurious with such décor items. But unknowingly you are doing the opposite. You making your home appear chaotic and inviting allergy drawing insects.
5) Easy on eyes and relaxing to Brains
Our brains are very complicated. We instantly get attracted to colorful, extreme creative details. But truly too much of variability cause chaos and stress.
Our brains counter to symmetry, clean and tidy items. It creates a positive reaction. And how it this achieved? With minimal décor items and design details. Minimalism appear peaceful to eyes and soothing to your brains and so to your mood.
6) 15 years lookout-Innovative colorful false ceiling
Innovative catchy false ceiling design will look good for few months but not in years to come. It causes stress and uneasy to eyes. We are sure you do not want to stress yourself for following 15 years to come. Having innovative, creative detail is good, but simplicity, minimal design is above all.
7) Less cost in renovation
Low cost doesn’t always mean affordable or low quality items. But lesser the design elements you have, you’re cost of renovation decreases.
8) Quality materials
A few well-made furniture of design elements surely cost a lot. But plan and invest on only few of them. Sometimes you may be surprised to see that lesser stuff can mean less money. What we mean is have lesser items but quality products. Good quality or branded elements make home appear classy, modern and are sure to last for years.
9) Luxury through simplicity
Simplistic is different from simplicity. Simplistic means basic while simplicity means sophistication. Simplicity brings in a sense of liberation. A home with sophistication and liberation gives a luxurious feeling. That’s why we say luxury through Simplicity.
10) Further Storage Plans
Eventually over years you definitely tend to over-stuff the house, so start with less in beginning itself. Also an uncluttered, clean space is known to increase our happiness and health.
Hi! Mr Nitin
Thanks for populating the site with useful information. Keep on posting such stuff.
Thank you Mr Prasad
Well written. I am convinced with minimalist design now. Thanks for awakening me. :)
does epoxy floors are good for home? kindly advise.
I have bought a compact 2 bhk measuring to 577 carpet
Master bedroom is 11 by 10
Small bedroom is 8 by 8
Kitchen is 7 by 9
Living is 10.5 by 20
2 bathrooms and 1 passage
I want to utilise passage and convert a small room into bigger one
I need wardrobes in each bedroom
Shoe rack and tv unit in living room
Modular kitchen with appropriate storage
Cake point where cake related stuff can be stored as my wife does cake business
Optimium usage of place and minimum furniture
Can u guys help?
My budget is less than 6 lacs
budget is less & its going to be very challenging. If someone tells you all can be done in this budget be careful in dealing with them. We have designed many homes where budget was less. Here our designers suggest which work can be in parts. For exampel second bedroom work can be done year later etc… However our design service will give you complete plan of action, design, costing etc. If interested call 9920620009.
Hi, I recently bought a neighbor’s 1BHK flat to combine with my current 1BHK (so jodi flats as we call them). The total area is around 725 sq ft. The building is 30 years old so I am against making many structural changes. I am looking at doing the necessary civil work of both flats to make them look like one unit, renovating the toilet and bathroom of both flats and kitchen renovation for ease of use.
With regards to furniture, I want to reuse all my existing furniture pieces because we got them made from good quality wood and will add new furniture step by step. I want to ensure my home is convenient for me to work from home as I am a freelancer and at the same time manage a house with 4 members of different age groups. The look I want is classy, timeless and easy to maintain (as against trendy and high-maintenance). What do you think will be an ideal (not lavish pls) budget in Mumbai city for the renovation based on my needs? What kind of help can I expect your team to help me with?
Madam please download estimate template from our website, it has all work items for 1BHK.
My house is over 20 years old. I am now doing minor renovation. Is it safe to demolish window chajja since I wish to put a border round the windows in the front elevation. Above the chajja there is a sloping roof both on ground and first floor. So I feel chajja is not required. I am only worried if the building will be safe if I demolish the chajja. Please advise urgently as other work is in progress.
Modifications to core structure of building should never be done.