Go Monochrome: 5 Ways To Get the Minimalist Look at Home

Go Monochrome: 5 Ways To Get the Minimalist Look at Home

October 10, 2016 by Tanya Riz Tan

Whether you have a space with floor-to-ceiling windows or one that’s on the smaller side (think studio condo), going for minimalist decor is a great way to refresh a variety of spaces. Choosing sleek pieces in shades of black, white and grey can actually help to maximize your space, allowing it to look even more spacious (which is perfect for condo-dwellers!). If you’re searching for some minimalist decor inspiration, here are 5 pieces to have to get the trendy look at home.

  1. Statement Chair

Looking for an easy way to revive your living room? Adding a statement chair in a black or white hue can instantly update your seating area. If you’re on a budget, this Bertoia-inspired chair is a great option.

Bertoia-inspired chair

  1. Grey-Toned Rug

To instantly add a cozier feel to your living room or bedroom (but still stick with the monochromatic trend), try adding a large rug in a muted grey hue. A rug with a linear pattern on it, like this charcoal Barkley rug.It can also add a modern look to any space. 

charcoal Barkley rug
  1. Eiffel-Style Dining Chairs

A great way to transition your dining room to have a more modern, minimalist feel is to switch out your existing chairs with Eiffel-style chairs. This Eames-inspired Molded Side Chair is the perfect (and budget-friendly) option to instantly add a modern, uniformed look to your dining area.

Eames dining chairs
  1. Wood Dining Table
If you want to add some warmth to your minimalist decor, try adding texture with a wood table with black chrome legs. We love this live edge table from Wazo Furniture for a dining table with plenty of room.

natural wood dining table

  1. Mid-century modern sofa

A sleek, mid-century style sofa in a darker hue (like this Conrad Dark Grey fabric sofa) can be an easy way to add a more minimalist feel to your living space.

Conrad dark grey fabric sofa

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