5 Things Minimalist Apartments Make Room For
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Going minimalist means doing away with anything unnecessary in your apartment – but it’s up to you to decide what counts as essential. If you ask us (and thousands of pins on Pinterest), these are the 5 things minimalists apartments will always make room for, even though they may be seen as more of a luxury than a necessity.
You can only go so clean and minimalist without feeling a little sterile and cold. Keep clutter to a minimum but leave room for added interest in the form of a richly textured throw. Not only is this a great way to add some depth, it can make a space feel truly inviting – who doesn’t want to curl up under a blanket?
Coffee Table Books
Coffee table books add an interactive element to a space and, once again, creates an inviting environment. Keep clutter to a minimum by investing in just one or two statement pieces that are beautiful to look at both sitting on your coffee table and while flipping through the pages.
A Candle Or Two
Create some ambiance and a warm, soft glow with a special candle or two. One major benefit of going minimalist is learning to favor quality over quantity. Whether it’s an irresistible scent or a unique candle holder, go ahead and treat yourself to something special that you’ll appreciate each time you light.
Having additional seating available for guests is always a good idea. Pick just one or two pieces that are both functional and beautiful and make them a mainstay in your living space. These days, we’re loving everything from an oversized pouf to a statement chair.
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