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5 Things Minimalist Apartments Make Room For

5 Things Minimalist Apartments Make Room For

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.

Throw Blankets

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?

Something Living

Nothing breathes life into a space quite like living plants.  These breathing, growing elements add a layer of freshness and a pop of color to otherwise (often) monochrome or muted color schemes.

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.

Statement Seating

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.

About The Author

Madeline

As a renter herself with a keen interest in Psychology, Madeline understands the emotional journey of apartment hunting and the joys of apartment living. This combined with her experience in the multifamily industry has given her some unique insights into the mind of both the renter and the property manager and has helped shape the content she creates and shares here everyday. In her spare time, Madeline can be found re-arranging her apartment, cuddling with her kitties, singing and dancing in the kitchen or whipping up a plant-based meal.

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