Minimalism: The Future of Interior Design27th Oct 2017
Posted by Monty on 27th Oct 2017
Minimalism was conceived in post-war America. It emerged in art, and then sprawled outwards, touching every crevice of society; most notably literature and architecture. Minimalism can be defined as finding value in less: less words, less graphics, less colours, less furniture. It’s stripped back, suggestive style invigorated millions. It created a new outlet - an outlet in which many found solace in.
Why would anyone choose a minimalist aesthetic? It must look so cold! Whilst this is a valid argument in many cases; for example, if you went to a lodge in the alps and they had a minimalist design, that wouldn’t look very good. However, if you’re looking a modern look that calms the mind, minimalistic settings are irrefutably good.
Those who adhere to minimalism’s argument is that, in this current world, we are perpetually distressed due to the clutter/stresses we carry with us. Stresses such as work deadlines, relationship struggles, money woes. Of course, a minimalistic setting in no sense will rid of these troubles. However, it will make you be able to tackle them in a coherent, linear fashion. You’ll come home, and rather than be uneased by all the commodities (or as we like to call it.. clutter) you’ve gathered over the years, you’ll feel soothed by your humble abode.
So why would an outfit, which sells furniture, be talking about a philosophy of sorts that implores less furniture? Because minimalism implores good taste. We have good taste, and you’re here, so you must do too. Well done.
We have some of the finest furniture ever to grace these anglo lands. Our products pair amazingly with minimalism, as they’re so good you always them to be the focal point. With our products, you, quite simply, don’t need anything else. We only stock show-stealers. Here are five of our products that would look fiendishly chic in a minimalistic setting:
This high gloss coffee/kitchen table would be an eye-pleaser in any room. Due to its unsullied elegance, this table quite simply doesn’t need anything other than chairs in its proximity.
Perfect for a minimalistic residence.
This table’s subtle design suits a minimalistic aesthetic very well. Its precise style is undeniable.
Impress your friends with your stripped back look.
Opulent. Chic. Impressive. Simple.
One of our personal favourites, this table is bound to make jaws drop.
Industrial base, au courant surface. Serve your friends and family sumptuous dinners in a stripped back environment with this inviting table. Perfect for any minimalistic dining area.
Ruthlessly minimal. This table captures your attention by offering less. As explored earlier, perfect for minimalism.
When it comes to minimalism you have to choose well. Don’t rush it. Spend time deciding on what you want for your space. We have a plethora of tables fit for it. Choose well. Choose Furniture Box.