Usually, when we are decorating our living rooms. It can be easy to get caught carefully curating decor and crafting a cohesive color palette that the end result can feel overwhelming. Yet oftentimes the most striking interior design is determined not by what’s there but what isn’t. This is especially the case with living spaces where we have a tendency to overfill with various items. Minimalist living rooms are the perfect example of where restraint demonstrates great rewards. A strict edit, clean lines, purposeful color, and plenty of open space make the impact of every element even greater.
When you are creating an insanely chic small space is a cinch if you stick to a monochromatic palette as shown in this white living room. A few tricks keep this space from feeling cold and stark. Beautiful greenery enlivens the space with color. Natural wood and wicker accents add a dash of cozy, rustic style.
Black Color Add Depth
You can paint your living room black. Because black walls add depth to your small living room. Loads of sunlight and the tall white storage unit to keeps the space from feeling cramped or dreary. An inexpensive striped rug anchors the room. The plush sofa makes things extra inviting. The armchair adds a pop of colorful interest. The oval glass topped coffee table takes up very little visual space.
You can adopt this almost all-white minimalist living room, playing with a variety of textures helps break up the monotony while keeping the look clean and cohesive. You can add rugs and throw pillow to provide warmth, while the modern chair and glass coffee table give the room a cooler vibe.
Keep It Simple
One of the things that makes this particular aesthetic so lovely is that it’s incredibly versatile. While color can work really well with minimalism. So, it can go with no color at all too. It all depends on your design preferences and style sensibilities. It can make your room look incredibly chic and sophisticated due to its clean lines and thoughtful decor placement.