Entries in minimalism (123)

Friday
Dec222017

Modern minimalist glam

This pad in Los Angeles designed by Barbie Palomino is a pinch of modern, a dash of minimal, a smidge of glam and a tad feminine. Whatever you want to call it I think it's sexy, and I'm crushing on that chandelier in the dining space.  

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Friday
Dec222017

Simplicity

"There is nothing simple about simplicity. Simplicity is complexity."

The composition, the texture, the monochromatic palette, the considered choice of pattern, the restraint and careful curation. How deceptively simple and achingly beautiful. Buckhead by Atlanta-based Nancy Braithwaite Interiors.

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Friday
Dec152017

Kaemingk Design

A big thanks to Chelsea Kaemingk for contacting us about the home renovation business she shares with her husband Brandt, Kaemingk Design. I really admire their timeless, classic and authentic aesthetic. Here is a bit of info from Chelsea and their blog: My husband and I are designers in Portland, OR and love to create homes with that handmade feeling. We love age, patina and imperfection which we usually pair with monochromatic color schemes and simplistic design. Whether the space is new or old their motto remains the same, to create spaces that become more beautiful as they age.

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Sunday
Nov262017

Minimalist in white and pale grey

This Victorian terrace home in London is a stunner. Left minimal due to it being a location home, I can just imagine these gloriously bright spaces with some personal touches and some plants added throughout. Loving all of the bright white walls and bits of pale grey, brass hardware and minimalist lighting and WHOA that herringbone oak parquet floor! A real beauty. Available via Shoot Factory

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Wednesday
Oct042017

Black and white

Volume, light, proportion and materiality. These are the elements at the heart of designs by Toronto-based architectural studio Atelier Kastelic Buffey. What appears to be simple and minimal is, in fact, a beautifully balanced consideration of form and function resulting in a modern interpretation of a family ski chalet.