Minimalist art is getting more and more popular. It focuses on things like geometry, line, and colour. Early works of minimal painting tends to be monochromatic, and it usually limited to one base colour and related hues. Another way to identify a Minimalist painting is by looking for hard-edged, precise borders between areas of colour.
Minimalist space is usually achieved by using practical furniture and interior objects using geometric shapes, and a combination of black, grey and white with a base colour. If you take a look at minimal design inspiration, you will notice that the space is normally focus on just a single artwork on an otherwise bare wall to create a focal point.
Minimal painting can add a sense of flow and repetitiveness within a space, and create a fluid rhythm. There are many type of Minimal painting and adding monochrome tone can also help to neutralise a space. It's characterised by simplicity, clean lines, and a monochromatic palette with colour used as an accent, whilst also introducing dimension and clean geometric lines.
Minimalist interior design is very similar to modern interior design as it is associated by using the key essentials to create a simple and uncluttered space. Minimal design has also evolve with more than just two basic colours, take an example of the paintings below.
When it comes to Minimalist design, remember, less is more!
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