Living Room Minimalist Made Easy: The Right Furniture as the Right Interior Decoration of Living Room

Living Room Minimalist Made Easy: The Right Furniture as the Right Interior Decoration of Living Room
Interior Decoration of Living Room

In this continuation of Living Room Minimalist, we will continue to talk about interior decoration of living room (more specifically, the choice of furniture). When talking about a minimalist living room, you should also talk about the furniture that inhabits said minimalist room. A minimalist living room gets is minimalist substance not only from its overall design and colour choice, but also from the furniture that is placed in it. Below are the traits that a piece of furniture can have before it is considered safe for a minimalist living room:

Curvy, not spiky


Before, we have talked about how spiky furniture can harm your minimalism. This time, we will turn it into a more pressing matter because spikiness of furniture, no matter how inconspicuous it is, can be very jarring in a minimalist living room. One of the most prominent traits of a minimalist living room is the fact that the room ‘flows’ nicely. A piece of spiky furniture will only act as a speed bump for that natural flow, making it a less-preferable option for a minimalist living room.

Even then, choose practicality as opposed to cluttering


Clutter is never a good thing for minimalism. Instead of making it minimalistic, cluttering your living room will only turn it less-minimalistic than other rooms. Choose practicality as opposed to making everything fit together. That nice L-shaped couch might look good when combined with your coffee table, but you are better off skipping the thing altogether if it acts only as a space-eater.

But practicality does not mean a thing if you ditch compatibility entirely for it. Sort through all of your belongings and then find the ones that are practical while at the same time being compatible with the rest of the living room. If you do not find those things, you can go shopping or you can discard the thought of adding something new to the room. Simplicity is knit very close to minimalism, after all.

If a table is patterned, go for it. If something else is patterned…


Then skip the furniture and find something else that is even simpler than the patterned furniture. Patterned furniture can work well in a minimalist room, but only if that furniture acts as the main table for the room. If it is a coffee table that you place in the corner of that room, then it will not work well. If it is the sofa that is patterned, then you should not include it in your living room. Patterned furniture makes for a good interior decoration of living room, but you should be careful in including it in a minimalist room.

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