Minimalist design embraces the “less is more” aesthetic and focuses on creating beauty in the simplicity of the design. In interior spaces, a minimalist approach allows specific objects like a piece of furniture, or a work of art, to really stand out.
Aside from the 3 pieces showcased in the space above, here are some pieces that would be perfect for a minimalist space.
The understated tones that Hyunmee Lee uses in her work are perfect for a space with a neutral color palette. The simplicity of Encountered Space No. 7 creates a Zen-like presence that any minimalist would love.
This Dugar perfectly balances interesting mark-making and saturated hues with a light and soft atmosphere. Areas of negative space allow your eye to rest as you take in the composition. The piece is able to draw attention while harmonizing well with the space around it.
A series of small paintings like these Malones are great for giving a pop of color and point of interest in a minimal room, while not being overly busy or loud.
A highlight of this Chris Hayman is the texture of her layers of paint, best seen up close. This combination of simple composition and lively texture makes the piece intriguing, but not distracting in a space with a minimal design.