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Why Minimalist Interiors Are Good For You

Why Minimalist Interiors Are Good For You Why Minimalist Interiors Are Good For You

We realize that it may seem silly to say that placing matching end tables with matching lamps beside your sofa will make you happier, but there is some psychological proof to achieving balance in your interiors and how it can make you feel content.

It’s really important to me to feel relaxed when I step through the door to my home. I love London but it’s a chaotic city that (most of the time) is far from chilled, it’s fun and inspiring but rarely chilled. When I get home I want to quickly and easily let go of the tension and stress that I often feel after a day spent in the city. Whether that’s due to taking the tube during rush hour, navigating tourists or just avoiding those annoying people that stare at their phone whilst wiggling/walking down the street. (Yes, I’m guilty too but I like to think I’m a little more aware of what’s going on around me.) Luckily I can avoid a lot of these stress inducing situations most of the time, a huge benefit of working for myself but it still happens as I have regular meetings to get to throughout the week.

Stress affects us all in one way or another and although new studies show that it’s your approach to stress that determines whether it’s detrimental to your health or not, I try to reduce it in my life where possible. We’ve all become far more aware of the need for wellness than ever before. It’s mentioned daily in the press, their are blogs dedicated to it and new businesses popping up daily. We know it’s important to eat well and exercise regularly but how often do you consider how your environment affects wellness? A simple space with easy, neutral colours can help calm a busy mind. Whilst cluttered spaces give the eye so much to take in and can excite the mind.

Minimalism is the design equivalent of a 1,500-calorie-a-day diet—and about as difficult to adhere to. To paraphrase Baloo from The Jungle Book, it’s the bare necessities, the simple bare necessities, forget about your clutter and your strife. Minimalism is a philosophy, a reaction to all of modern life’s visual vomit. As the world becomes more cacophonous, perhaps a design alternative is to have your home decor simplified, calm, and serene, with a heightened sense of clarity. The idea is to put all your thought and dough into just a few really great treasures. Then fine-tune every detail. The style of a picture frame, the kind of cord on the lamp, the finish on the floor. Stuff you wouldn’t notice if the room was cluttered becomes a beacon when a space is pared down. It has been said that minimalism is not a style that precludes possession, but a style that precludes careless possession. Only the essentials, thank you very much.

I know it’s easier said than done to keep your place decluttered. I’d recommend giving yourself 10 minutes every day to go through anything that stacks up. Also, be clever with your storage, having a home for everything will make it so much easier to keep your place tidy.

Personally, I’m a binger and a purger—I tend to start out in a new house empty and stark, vowing to stay pure; then, after a few years of traveling, collecting, and picking up stuff from the dock of the eBay, I end up with the producers of Hoarders slipping fan letters under the door. Exhausted with excess and inspired by those beautiful empty rooms, I move or purge and start all over again. I aspire to minimalism and backslide easily and willingly into decadent maximalism. Where’s my support group?

The current trend in minimalism is home-as-art-gallery. This noted minimalist architect’s place is a perfect example. A bent-plywood chair by Grete Jalk complements a wall sculpture and daybed by Donald Judd and a pair of brown leather chairs by Fabricius & Kastholm. They’re all displayed elegantly in a minimal white envelope—the epitome of suavity. Consider mixing furniture that is both organic and biomorphic with more severe right-angled pieces. The juxtaposition creates a fluid “dance” and keeps the eye moving nicely—and endlessly.

Perhaps, we should all consider embracing a more permanent minimalist approach to our home design?

Ever considered the minimalist interior design? Changing your home from a contemporary cluttered space to a mood-enhancing, less-is-more layout? You may be surprised to learn that the minimalist interior design is not only popular, but could also make you happier.

Poul Kjaerholm furniture is particularly in vogue; consequently, it’s being knocked off often. If you can’t afford the real deal, these are Restoration Hardware.

Brad Dunning is known for his writings and his work on architecturally significant properties, restorations, and his own original designs.

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Our brains are funny and complicated organs. We may never completely understand how the brain functions, but there are studies that show how the brain reacts to symmetry, and it’s a positive reaction. Our brains love symmetry!

You may be surprised to learn emerging research has shown that your home can drastically affect your mood, and it can even make you sick. The Journal of Social And Personal Relationships reveals that this stress is further exasperated when husband and wife both work outside the home—naturally, neither sex wants to come home after a long day of work to be greeted by household chores and messes.

Some of the ‘symptoms’ of a typical house that can cause a bad mood are: 

The idea of “minimalism” began to gain traction in the late ’60s and ’70s, when it described the work of fine artists like Donald Judd, Robert Ryman, Agnes Martin, and others whose work was very spare. The British designer John Pawson—we’ll look at one of his spaces shortly—is perhaps the godfather of this architectural and interior genre. The release of his 1996 book, Minimum, was a watershed moment for the movement. He called his rooms “the excitement of empty space.” How’s that for a Zen declaration?

There’s no place like home. At least that’s what we all want to think, but is your home making you stressed out? Do you walk in the door after a long day of work only to be greeted by piles of laundry, dishes and dust bunnies?  Did you ever consider the idea that your home could be increasing your stress levels?

Here, we’ll look at some enviable examples of each style—and teach you how to decode them.

Benjamin Moore White Dove is a perfect, flexible white paint color. Warm but not too yellow. Works for contemporary and traditional scenes.

Emerging research has shown that the look and layout of your home can drastically affect your mood (and we are not talking about Feng Shui – that’s another story for another day). Nobody wants to be depressed because of their living conditions, as home is supposed to be our private space where we escape to and unwind. 

Think of the typical home or room styled up in the minimalist interior design. No endless layers of rugs, cushions and decorative junk, but rather a clean, uncluttered layout that still manages to stay welcoming. 

Vervoordt favors East Asian pottery and Roman glass. For an all-American take, try Heath Ceramics from California.

This bedroom is the perfect welcoming retreat ! There is no clutter inside this modern minimalist room. Image Source: Arte Facto

A nicely constructed linen slipcover hides a multitude of sins and can class up a cheap sofa. (Not that you would have one.)

Most minimalist interiors have a simple approach to color—keep it light and simple. You will notice that minimalist homes usually have rather large windows that allow natural light to fill the room. You may also notice that wall colors are usually quite neutral, with a splash of modern red or other bold colors used sparingly via accent walls or accessories.

It’s unusual to be living in a time when both minimalism and maximalism look and feel fresh, vital, and relevant, so I say take advantage. Pick the style that moves you, and do it well.

So, are you hyped enough to start experimenting with minimalist interior design? First of all, get rid of the clutter to free up more space. It’s the first step on your way to a new, simple home with balance, symmetry and a happier vibe. 

A home should be somewhere you feel happy, somewhere you want to invite and entertain your friends and family. It should inspire you and help you to relax in equal measures. The way you decorate your home can have the biggest affect on the way you feel in it. It’s important to decorate it in a way that creates a positive space for you to live in. For me that’s a fairly stripped back but comfortable environment. I’m drawn to Scandinavian design; I find the combination of clean spaces, neutral colours and soft textures relaxing. The Scandinavians will often bring the outside in, connecting themselves to nature, bringing them closer to the quiet countryside whilst living in a busy city. It’s this balance that I crave and one of the many reasons why I’m (not so secretly) a Scandiphile. I have lots of plants, wool rugs and throws, and real wood floors and furniture around me. To keep it feeling clean and minimal and not too country I mix in contemporary designs from Scandinavian designers like Normann Copenhagen, HAY and Muuto.

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Here are a few home designs that could be causing your bad mood:

I actually think it’s a bit harder to be a great maximalist. You’d think you’d be freer when allowed to mix styles and periods. But, done wrong, it’s just a chaotic mess. To quote the Divinyls, there’s a fine line between pleasure and pain. And dare ye not forget the pithy expression “Sometimes an embarrassment of riches is just an embarrassment.”

Did you ever consider the idea that your home could be increasing your stress levels? There are many reasons why a minimalist home is a happy home. Image Source: World Architecture News

We’re living in a rare and opportune design moment, when two opposite aesthetics are not only acceptable but downright fashionable: Stark minimalism and bursting-at-the-seams maximalism. Only question is, which one suits you?

We realize that it may seem silly to say that placing matching end tables with matching lamps beside your sofa will make you happier, but there is some psychological proof that is does. Image Source: Eladgonen

Useful in any style of space: rustic wooden bowls, like these from Restoration Hardware.

Tables covered in trinkets, laundry on the floor, layers upon layers of pillows on beds and sofas, and area rugs virtually covering every single floor space of every room all contribute to dust and allergens. And even though we understand that you like to buy these décor items to make your home pretty and cosy, the sad fact is that you may just be achieving the opposite result: making your living spaces cluttered and a haven for allergy-inducing dust mites. 

• A room that’s too small can make one feel cramped, trapped or closed-in.

Apples or oranges? New York or L.A.? Spotify or Apple Music? Warriors or Thunder? These days you can pick your corner, your subculture, your team, and just wallow yourself to death in it. Even with interior design, there are so many options that are all fashionable at once. You want your Steampunk Man Cave? How about your Zen Room, Safe Room, or Retro Midcentury Tiki Scream Room? Feel free to let your interior-design freak flag fly. But do it right. At opposite poles of this vast spectrum of sanctimonious spaces are minimum and maximum. Both styles are aesthetically ambitious and completely relevant right now. Would you care for a spare, elegant, sophisticated style for your home’s interior? Or a highly personalized hemorrhagic tableau expressing your multifaceted collections and richly curated life? After your sartorial style, your interior decoration may be the most personal billboard of them all.

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The reason for this is because these neutral colours allow a home to feel much more open, inviting and airy. The epitome of a relaxing space! How could that make anybody feel depressed or anxious? 

This connects back to our argument about minimalist homes—they are usually simple and symmetrical in design and layout, thereby giving you a happier outlook when you walk in the door. Personally, clutter makes me stressed to the max! When these feeling hit, there is a quick-fix—tossing out all the clutter. The minute the clutter starts hitting the trash can, feelings of  relaxation and organization take over. Do you have these same moments; ones where you absolutely must get rid of the clutter in order to feel more calm and relaxed?

One might think that only a psychopath could live a true minimalist’s life—and the American Psycho condo upholds that theory. The interior is emblematic of Wall Street’s crazy ’80s, right down to the Robert Longo Men in the Cities print and Mies van der Rohe’s timeless Barcelona furniture. All these pieces sit in eerie deference to the violence about to be executed within the stark black-and-white interior. It’s minimalism as evil lair.

Could your home actually be making you depressed? Depression is no laughing matter! Our homes are supposed to be our sanctuary; the place to escape and unwind.

A rooms color and lighting can affect your mood. Large windows allow your home to be bright and airy. Image Source: Mcclean and Design

Neutral , simplistic rooms allow our brains to process the room as a whole, without causing our eyes to flit about between confusing, bright colors and small knick knacks.

These light, neutral colors allow a home to feel open, inviting and airy. Doesn’t that sound relaxing? It certainly sounds like the type of environment that would make you happy.

3. Minimalist interior design: Simplicity and symmetry are key

The lines of this minimalist home are simple and clean, but are certainly not boring—ensuring a happy home. Image Source: Design Harmony

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Nothing beats a neutral sofa that disappears into the wall. A great, affordable ivory fabric, wonderful for upholstery, is Fabricut’s Primary Eggshell.

  • If a room is too bright, then you can feel stressed and hurried.
  • If a room is too cluttered, then you can become anxious.
  • If a room is too dark, then you can become depressed or feel gloomy.
  • If a room is too small, then you can feel cramped, trapped or closed-in.

For a bright, contemporary stark-white paint: Farrow & Ball’s Strong White.

Are you ready to embrace a more calm and happy home? Consider getting rid of some of that crabby clutter and opt for a more minimalist home. It doesn’t mean that you have to get rid of all of your personal objects or live in a sterile environment, it just means that a simple home that has balance, symmetry and minimalism will make you happier.

One of the greatest maximalist rooms of all time is a collaboration between two of the most stylish men of all time—Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. That’s their legendary Paris apartment below. Of course, each object in the room, from the Fernand Léger painting The Black Profile (1928) to the Jean-Michel Frank sofa to the African artifacts and Renaissance-age bronzes, is worth more than my whole house. But the combination of all these perfect items mixed perfectly together is pretty much, well, perfect in every way. It requires some serious retinal energy to explore it, but man, it’s worth it.

We know it’s important to eat well and exercise regularly but how often do you consider how your environment affects wellness?

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It only makes sense—all that clutter collects dust. Look around your home. Do you have tables and shelves covered in knick knacks? Do you have laundry all over the bedroom floor? Do you have layers of pillows on your couch or bed? Do you have areas rugs on every floor of every room?

Of course you are utmost welcome to introduce pops of colour into a minimalist room or home. Just do it in a balanced manner by adding hints of the same colour throughout the room. For example, sky blue cushions on your sofa complementing the arctic blue wingback chair in the corner. Maybe even throw in a darker shade of blue (cobalt, anyone?) in the form of a vase on that coffee table. All of these accents match and give the room a sense of balance while also refraining from a too-boring look by opting for just plain neutrals. 

homify hint: By no means are we suggesting that you toss out all valuable items or mementos, as these can also help you feel grounded and satisfied. So, when it comes to your favourite books and family photos, for example, hang on to them. A too-sterile home can aggravate feelings of loss, emptiness and sadness.

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Are you familiar with the term ‘neuro-architecture’? It’s an innovative study whereby neuro- science and architecture combine to create modern designs that are effective, functional and maybe even healing! This focuses on various aspect of a house, including its lighting, space and room design, and how they all make us feel. 

We understand, you have all these decor items because you wanted to make your home feel cozy and welcoming. Unfortunately, you may be doing the opposite by making your home cluttered and a haven to allergy-inducing dust mites. Look through our Freshome images of minimalist interiors and you will not see layer upon layer of rugs, pillows and knick knacks—rather, these homes look clean, uncluttered, yet remain welcoming. This minimalist style is what you should try to replicate in order to achieve a less stressed home environment.

Is your home making you grumpy? Would you consider a minimalist interior to see if it will make you happier?

Minimalist homes are healthier thanks to less dust-collecing knick knacks and layers of stuff. Image Source: Designer Premier

Now, here is a great collection of modernism from different periods, all of it casually combined. That vintage mirror—Ultrafragola by Ettore Sottsass—is about the hippest thing on the planet right now, isn’t it? And there’s a Poul Kjaerholm leather-and-steel stool, a Jean Prouvé bookcase, and a Le Corbusier sofa. There’s even a sprig of California modernism, with Greta Grossman’s Grasshopper floor lamp. I want to be friends with these people; maybe their cool will rub off.

Stuff you wouldn’t notice if a room was cluttered becomes a beacon when a space is pared down.

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Emerging research is showing that your homes lighting, space, and room design can affect how you feel. These studies have lead the creation of a new field of architecture called, Neuro-architecture. This is a very exciting, innovative development whereby neuro- science is combined with architecture in order to create modern designs that are effective, functional and even possibly healing!

This post was created in collaboration with Nest.co.uk.*given to me to review and featured because I love it!

The most effective maximalist rooms are expressions of a life well lived. They’re celebrations of objects and design—things that have been collected with a freestyle combination of judiciousness and wild abandon. Maximalist rooms are bereft of the current style trends; they’re more about a well-confected hoard of delicious design goodness. Seldom will a first impression of a minimal room induce that jaw-dropping Wow! like a good maximalist room can. If minimalism is about the empty breathing space, maximalism is about taking the breath away.

Let’s look at some ways to change your home from a depressing domicile to a mood-enhancing manor. The first step is to look toward a minimalist interior—yes, minimalists may be happier in their homes for many reasons.

Got lots of knick knacks lying around? Then it only makes sense why your home is so dusty. 

Now, for the slightly more vivacious cousin of minimalism – we present The homify guide to Scandinavian style interiors.

If you want to add pops of color into your home, then do it in a balanced manner by adding hints of the same color throughout the room. For example, red cushions on your sofa balanced with red vases flanking your fireplace mantle and maybe some red picture frames on a side table. All of these accents match and give a room a sense of balance while avoiding the boredom of a plain neutral room.

• If a room is too bright, it can cause you to feel stressed and hurried.  

The brain is a funny thing and we may never fully understand why it makes us feel the way we do about everything. However, one thing that various studies agree on is that the brain reacts positively to symmetry! 

This connects with the positivity of the minimalist interior design, which is usually simple and symmetrical in design and layout. The end result? You are happier as soon as you enter a minimalist space!

Home is where the heart is. True, but what if your home is making you stressed out and/or sick? Nobody wants to walk into their house at the end of a tiring day just to feel their anxiety levels rise, right? But even though we clean and scrub regularly, there still seems to be something making us anxious in our homes. What could it be?

Please note: Minimal interior design doesn’t necessarily have to be executed in an all-white wrapping. Witness the stark but nicely patinated confections of the great Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt. He creates exquisite interiors, often working with rustic, centuries-old European buildings. Maximum beauty with minimum ingredients—no matter the period of reference. He’s big on organic materials and can easily be diagnosed as having a finish fetish—walls of Venetian plaster and floors of ancient reclaimed timbers, woodwork pickled to within an inch of its life. Or, better yet, old walls and materials left looking old but waxed to preserve, enrich, and exploit the age. But a minimalist interior should not feel empty—note, in our photograph here, the regally perched and perfectly art-directed kat.

But remember, it’s important to keep some memento’s around as they can help you feel grounded and satisfied. After all, your favorite books and family photos make you happy, right? If your home is too sterile, you may have the opposite effect and actually cause feelings of loss, emptiness or sadness.

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It may sound silly to suggest that, for instance, placing matching side tables with identical lamps beside your bed will make you happier, and yet there is some psychological proof to achieving balance in your interiors and how it can make you feel more satisfied.

• A room that’s too dark may lead to depression or feelings of gloominess.  

‘Light and simple’ is the key term when it comes to the colour palettes of the minimalist interior design. You may also note that a lot of minimalist homes have rather large windows that allow an abundance of natural light to enter the space. In addition, their wall colours are usually quite neutral, with a splash of bright orange or other vivid tone used very sparingly via accent walls or décor. 

You can replicate these walls with a good natural milk paint and a little (or a lot) of experimentation.

None of those scenarios sound like the welcoming retreat we crave.

Rooms styled up with neutral and simplistic designs are processed as a whole by our brains. Our eyes also don’t flit about as much trying to distinguish between various colours and objects.  

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Many minimalist designers prefer wood floors from Dinesen. I like GrandOak, Classic, best. Gorgeous. Flawless. Expensive.

There’s no better aspirational image of maximalism than Karl Lagerfeld’s legendary library—a visually baroque book lover’s wet dream. Notice that most of the books are stacked horizontally. What’s that about? I wonder if it’s a design choice or a practical one—so Karl doesn’t have to turn his head to read the titles. That stiff-starched high collar in your way, Herr Lagerfeld?

Wood with a deep ebony finish provides a great rich contrast in a predominantly white contemporary room.

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