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Let's start with a black and white home that tends toward the darker side. This home concept avoids middle grayscale tones within the overarching theme and instead uses them as subtle accents whenever possible. Even the artwork features a stark transition between dark and light – and the same goes for most of the furniture. Light gray stripes on the rolling shades offer the only variation from this angle.It's hard to go wrong with simple black and white - but these interiors show how to do this modernistic style just right.
The collapsible table also doubles as a great place to study or read.This modern home only has 33-square-meters of floor space, yet allows plenty of privacy.
low-soft-sofaThis minimalist home in Russia is a perfect zen retreat for a clean family of four.

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The main living area includes a large seating area as well as a desk and breakfast bar. There are no walls or other division between the spaces. Rather, the carefully chosen furnishings create a visual division with a low angular sofa dominating the entertaining space and white molded chairs positioned on either side for the home office and kitchen area.Without walls, every piece of furniture and tiny accessory takes on even more meaning in this stunning minimalist home.
At 1424 square feet (132 square meters), this apartment presents a unique solution to a ceiling problem, in which there was a height difference that threw off the interior's aesthetics. To correct, the ceiling in the living area as given a beveled design, in addition to a sloping ceiling shape. This created a space that looked - and felt - longer and wider. Designed by Huang Yi Feng and Li Yuzhi, this apartment is located in the Taichung area of Taiwan and features a modern design, including a living room, dining room, kitchen, guest suite with bathroom, study, and master bedroom with bathroom.Some beautiful example of modern asian minimalism.
For a house made entirely of brick, the interior is surprisingly warm and welcoming with sunlight streaming in from overhead openings and the airy exterior. The use of wood as a whole is kept to a minimum, with a few pieces of custom furniture and a small cooking area with wood cabinetry.An amazing brick house in Da Nang City, Vietnam utilizes the timeless material to create a truly contemporary sapce.
The second home we are featuring has its similarities to the urban palace, also creating a distinct comfort and luxurious peace even within the bustle of a big city. The team has subscribed here to the idea that the more white and blank space they leave in the initial design, the better able a homeowner is to add their own ideas, whether that means art, color, or furniture.Taiwan-based designers Snuper Design find inspiration everywhere, from the history that surrounds them to the imperfect grain of ...
The first home is a four bedroom space in Taipei that measures 2562 square feet (238 square meters). The two story home is quite spacious and manages to incorporate both sleek, Asian-inspired design and a bit of playful whimsy. This tongue-in-cheek style is immediately evident in the living room where, in lieu of a coffee table, we find a few hewn tree trunks on a grassy area rug, accompanied by a lemon-esque love seat. It's the perfect place for children of any age to relax.The three homes in this post are inspiring in terms of their minimalism but also how they manage to incorporate plenty of personal...

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The first house is located in Wroclaw and draws heavily a dark gray color palette. The main living area features a dark gray modular sofa with cushions that can easily be swapped and slid and removed according to an individual's comfort level.If you have always dreamed of sleeping in a glass box, free from distractions like color take a step inside these ultra minimalist...
The height of the apartment lent itself perfectly to a lofted design, which really maximizes the space options. The building once housed the printing press for city's first newspaper, before it became a standard apartment and then took on this lofted design.  The bedroom, a private space, is open and bright but still entirely removed from the main living area, where the action is. The two spaces are connected by a simple and safe stairwell.This minimalist apartment leaves space for different configurations, making it a perfect place to entertain or relax in style.
The main living area downstairs consists of the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The original space had these rooms clearly delineated, but the new design opens up the space so that they all flow together. The central wall around which the rooms pivot contains a modern answer to a fireplace, certainly a requirement in Lithuania.The minimalist interior in this Lithuanian renovation is a bit stark but entirely beautiful in its simplicity.
open-two-story-houseThe mismatched minimalism of this Japanese "tree house" create a warm and welcoming haven for a happy couple.
natural-wood-flooringAn urban apartment overlooking the city brings a sense of calm with its simple, minimal interior design.

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futuristic-designDespite a wholly minimalist style, the pops of color that dance about in this Budapest loft bring a joyful bounciness to the loft ...
The living area is the main meeting space in the home as well as the source of most of the sunlight, with its wall of windows. The long, narrow sofa features modular cushions that can quickly be rearranged from sofa to study bench to guest bed when necessary. There is also a small work nook that can be closed off out of sight by folding wood doors.This tiny home in Taipei manages to house three people comfortably due to its beautiful minimalist design and clever storage optio...
ultra-modern-homeThis modern home on the outskirts of Sao Paolo is notable in its long, clean lines, careful use of wood and concrete, and lovely m...
The second apartment is also a renovation, this time of a 75 square meter (800 square foot) home in Western Australia. The renovation was undertaken by Clare Cousins Architects and was necessary to make a warm and open home for a young family who was expecting their first child.Two apartments that show off the great Japanese way of using negative space and minimalism to create a wow effect.
The kitchen and bathroom are located around the center tower element and utilize the home’s pipe box that already ran through this space.An Amsterdam design firm renovated an 85 year old apartment and turned it into something bright and beautiful for a young family.

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This overall view shows us most of the main living area, including the small dining nook, modern gray futon and narrow study area.This top floor apartment outside of Warsaw features ample storage and lovely details for a small family despite its minimal size.
As soon as you walk in, you're immediately met with wood everywhere you turn.A beautiful minimalist house that showcases the use of wood and light soothing colors in design.
The first home is a spacious place in Warsaw with plenty of sunlight.Tour three different minimalist homes in beautiful neutral palettes and see how color is not the only way to make a home look inte...
A ladder leads up to the lofted workspace, a much more space efficient choice than stairs.The KOTAK Haus from design Anway Aljufrey uses affordable materials that age gracefully alongside a compact design for maximum eff...
The reddish orange accents in this kitchen, and the creative sunken dining table, give the kitchen a really retro feel.Amazing kitchens that will spark a love for cooking and keep everything in its place.

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The wood is sanded and sealed, but not painted over, which lets its natural beauty shine through.A modern design team utilizes the beauty of natural wood to theme an entire apartment to great effect.
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