A brand new yr introduced a brand new Month-to-month Temper for January – minimalism. After the chaos of the vacations, and the final couple of years, scaling again felt like an important place to start out for 2022. We turned away from litter and landed on a stripped again method, the place monochromatic shade palettes, heat impartial tones, clear traces, and ease, reign. By dialing it again to the necessities, solely crucial parts stay, oftentimes leading to some much-needed serenity. To pair with this month’s options, we created a Spotify playlist – Chill Minimalism – you can play whereas having a look again at some minimalist-inspired design.
We checked out the North Finish of Halifax, Nova Scotia, the place architect Omar Gandhi turned a slim deserted lot into his family house. The OG Home affords each a minimalist exterior and inside the place heat wooden and impartial finishes create a contemporary but cozy house. Lovely, sudden particulars like an oak-clad lightwell enable pure mild to shine all through.
Furnishings model Broste Copenhagen simply launched a minimalist, modular shelving system that rapidly and simply adapts to any area. Nobuko arrives flat packed and consists of solely two varieties of parts: cabinets and legs. With 4 totally different leg heights to select from, you’ll be able to customise how massive of a unit you need, in addition to what number of cabinets you want. Not solely does the system present amble storage, its intelligent design with offset legs makes it visually engaging.
Should you’re feeling impressed now and wish to step into minimalism, we rounded up a few of our favourite fashionable decor objects which can be a minimalist’s dream. No matter merchandise you select, you’ll be able to’t go unsuitable because the designs are easy, well-thought-out items you’ll get pleasure from utilizing with out the overwhelm.
Did you miss any of our month-to-month temper posts? Test all of them out right here and keep tuned for after we reveal what we’ve in retailer for February’s design temper…