Art Décor for A Minimalist Space
When it comes to designing a minimalist space, a fresh, clean, clutter-free space comes to mind. By paring things down and keeping it to the basics helps to create a peaceful, sophisticated environment for us to recharge in. Here’s how you can design a minimalist space with art décor:
Quality over Quantity
Keeping your space stripped down to the basics means keeping your space free of clutter. This means that when you choose your art piece for your home, you want to avoid cluttering up the space. Choosing a timeless, thoughtful piece of art for your home keeps your space looking simple and elegant, with a classic artwork that will stand the test of time.
A Single Centrepiece
A well-chosen piece of art, especially an oversized art piece with muted, simple furniture around it can be gorgeous in a minimalist room. This can be a great way to keep the space pared down, while showcasing the personality of the home-owners.
Choose the Right Frames
Neutral frames such as black, white, or wooden frames will go really well in a minimalist house. The frames should not distract from the art piece itself, so it would be great to choose minimal frames, even acrylic frames.
Using Different Textures in Similar Tones
Make the space interesting by incorporating different textures in the same palette. You can use rugs, cushions, and throws of varying textures to liven up the place. You can even look out for textured wall art, to add depth to a minimalist space which might run the risk of looking too ‘cold’ with its neutral colour palette.
Play with Accents
In a muted palette in a minimalist house, which usually consists of neutrals such as black, white, grey, wood – mix it up with an accent, such as a rose-hued painting, or a teal chair. These pops of accents don’t have to be garish, they can still bring character and personality into a simply, minimalist space.
About Ode to Art
Connoisseurs of the contemporary, Ode to Art, possess in their collection paintings, sculptures, photography, and installation works of both local and international acclaim. With Galleries in both Singapore and Malaysia, their artist portfolio spans from Fernando Botero to Mauro Peruccetti to Chen Wen Ling and Lim Tze Peng.
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