Tip #2: Restrict Your Palette
A minimalist decor isn’t weighed down by a kaleidoscope of colours; however, this doesn’t mean you should only restrict yourself to neutral tones! It’s more about picking a limited palette. Nevertheless, the main colour should be a neutral shade, such as white, beige, or grey. The best colours for a minimalist interior are those found in nature, like greens and blues. Which is great news since greens and blues are trendy for 2022, especially in a mat finish.
Tip # 3: Make It Cozy
A common misconception regarding minimalist interiors is that they lack warmth. On the contrary! You can cozy the space up by playing with textures. Don’t hesitate to cover a wall or ceiling in wood planks, layer a boho-patterned rug over a jute carpet, or include more luxurious textiles like leather cushions or feather-trimmed curtains.
The trick is to reduce the visual clutter, so stick to a single shade for a wall and its window dressings or a single palette for the couch and its cushions.