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Minimalist design ideas for Indian homes

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India is synonymous with colour, vibrancy, and things larger than life. So it's quite natural to think that minimalist design ideas are an alien concept for Indian homes. However, modern homeowners and professional designers have broken the myth. Indian houses have adapted the contemporary concept of minimalist design and embraced the modern philosophy of 'less is more' with zest. The clean lines, crisp angles, meditative shades, and the sophisticated aesthetic of minimalist design have gained immense popularity in recent years. After all, minimalism is all about expressing only what is essential in the design elements and getting rid of excessive and unnecessary clutter to create a simple and elegant home. Let's browse through these minimalist design ideas curated for Indian homes.

1. The minimalist aesthtetic localised

The living room Minimalist living room by Ashleys Minimalist
Ashleys

The living room

Ashleys

Minimalism is about simplicity in design serving overall functions, clarity of style, incorporation of natural elements, complementing shades of neutral colours, and furniture, creating an elegant look and feel. Give the minimalist living room an Indian touch by throwing in subtle colours and patterns through the carpet, coffee table, and cushions.

2. Minimalism in white and wood

3BHK @ ALTA MONTE MALAD EAST Asian style bedroom by Midas Dezign Asian
Midas Dezign

3BHK @ ALTA MONTE MALAD EAST

Midas Dezign

Make your statement with the sophistication of white and wood. Two black and white wooden framed pictures and a clock decorate the open brick wall painted in white. The classic combination of wood and white console tables complements the floor lamp in wood and white. This entrance is a classy example of minimalist design philosophy where everything serves a purpose.

3. Elegance in simplicity

A duplex Villa Minimalist living room by Ashleys Minimalist
Ashleys

A duplex Villa

Ashleys

Minimalist design doesn't mean muted colours and unexciting décor. The philosophy of minimalism helps you in focusing on the part of the room to set the desired mood or theme to make the décor vibrant. In this room, the pastel shade on the wall, wall to wall glass doors, wooden flooring, the TV unit and coffee table's elegant design, and the sofa's modern colour come together beautifully to serve the minimalist aesthetic. 

4. Impression with the expression of a single tone

The idea is to keep it simple to make it elegant. To give an Indian twist to minimalism, choose different shades of the same tone and bask in the elegance of the minimalist décor. The designer has made a remarkable impression with green colour on the wall and the lone recliner to create a cosy corner.


5. Light and airy with open space

Just the right amount of handle-less kitchen cabinets, shelves with clean lines, neutral shades, and an open plan kitchen – the minimalist kitchen creates a perfect ambience. Even the selection of the breakfast bar and the chairs follows the minimalist trend.

6. Monochrome creates magic

master bedroom Minimalist bedroom by Ashleys Minimalist
Ashleys

master bedroom

Ashleys

The charcoal grey wall and creamy white bed with the rug in the same colour scheme create a magical minimalist bedroom. An elegant wrought iron hanging lamp, white three-legged nightstand, a ladder shelf resting on the wall, and an Indian twist to the minimalist décor with the splash of blue on the recliner; the simplicity speaks a lot!

7. The art of creating a Zen space

1BHK Project : minimalist  by Rebel Designs,Minimalist Wood Wood effect
Rebel Designs

1BHK Project

Rebel Designs

Minimalism is creating a zen space for peaceful existence away from the fast-paced life. Create a zen corner in your home on the philosophy of minimalism where you can relax in serenity. The modern colour of grey on the floor, walls, ceiling, furniture and furnishing, a single chair near the large glass window and a simple bookshelf; it’s all you need to decorate your private recluse. 

Get some more minimalist decor ideas for your home: 7 tips to decorate your home to make it minimalist.

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