A minimalistic story about minimalism
Just 10 points. No frills.
1. Forget about the abundance of things. Even an old grandmother's dinner service has to be hidden.
2. The interior is airy and fragile, like a ballerina. You also find a place to dance.
3. The eyes rest. The style goes for halftones and muted colors found in nature. Bright contrast accents are, but in a strict dosage. They add interest to an interior and emphasize the lines of pieces.
4. White color is a base one. (It should be a lot of words there on why a white is good, how it broadens the space and combines with other colors of the spectrum). In addition to this, the white demonstrates cleanliness of architectural forms.
If a person can not sleep, it starts to count. Elephants, pomegranate seeds, chopsticks, food very ... Add to the list of white shades. A lot of them. And minimalism with all the familiar. Snow, cream, milk, arktichny, ivory, beige ...
5. Minimalism will not tell you what the "darkness" is. All are steeped in light.
Huge French windows to admire sky, the sun, the lake ... or an unfinished high-rise building (for lucky ones).
6. The lines reduced to the simplest. Even wavy lines try to go straight.
7. The decor is put on a minimum, void plays at maximum volume.
8. The center of gravity is naturalness. Materials processing is unnecessary. The style likes rough textures of brick, concrete and plaster.
9. The mean setting and the bony architecture of minimalism are not happenstance. The style, grounded in the Japan philosophy, create a balance between the external world and internal being.
10. Things do not collect dust. The minimalist style is a great option for people who like order and cleanliness.
.«Less is more». The idea of minimalism in the words of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the creator of the glass Farnsworth House.