Minimalist Ways to Decorate Every Room in Your Home
The beginning of the year is the perfect time to declutter your home. And if we’ve learned anything about tidying up and staying organized, it’s that keeping things simple is always better. Luckily, one of 2018’s most popular styles — minimalism — also falls into this category. The trend is all about using the bare basics to lighten and brighten a room. In this week’s Decor Resolutions, we’re showing you how to bring this minimalist approach to your space as the ultimate refresh to start the year.
FOR A Minimalist Bedroom
From top to bottom: Lulu & Georgia Herringbone Lumbar Pillow ($99), Uncommon Goods Sunday Morning Candle ($24), CB2 Acrylic Bed Tray ($80), H&M Washed Linen Duvet ($129), Etsy Print Avenue Wall Art ($6)
FOR A Minimalist Living Room
From top to bottom: Design Within Reach Arena Sofa ($4,950+), Pottery Barn Washed Velvet Pillow Cover ($30), Project 62 Succulent Wall Hanging ($13), Maya Tripod Floor Lamp ($540), Safavieh Mansel Coffee Table ($345)
FOR A Minimalist dining room
From top to bottom: Joanna Buchanan Beaded Plaid Placemat ($74), West Elm Chico Choke Stem ($19), AllModern Estella Arm Chair ($301), Nourison Cori Calf Hair Rug ($1,699), Land Of Nod Spotlights Pendant ($129)
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