popular Minimalist design components

Minimalist design has its roots in a movement in the 1960 as a protest against the increasingly consumerist and wasteful society. The minimalist's approach to simplicity is largely based on the logic of combining form and function.

The minimalist design can be summed up in a popular Mies van der Rohe line: 'less is more'. But don't be lead into thinking that Minimalist design has to be plain; in fact, it is common to include a piece of furniture, art, or décor that is an absolute show stopper.

There isn't an emphasis on using straight lines but rather an emphasis on balance and even distribution. This emphasis applies not only to the placement of furniture but also the distribution of visual stimuli around the living space.

Neutral colors like ivory and natural materials like stone tiles are commonly used; a step away from highly processed matrials.

Fixtures and materials

Use natural and repurposed but balance their placement.

Our projects

Below you'll find all the projects we've done for our clients around the Bay Area  who wanted to go with a Minimalist living space. If you like any of the projects you see and would like to incorporate something you saw into your home, we'd love to work with you on that.

Kitchen Remodels

Bathroom Remodels

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Multi-Room & Full Remodels

Additions & garage conversions

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