How to achieve a minimalist interior design is a question we hear often. One of the first key steps, though, is to be able to let go of things.

Minimalist interior design has been popular for the last few years now, but it is still one of those ‘trends’ that will remain an integral part of our homes as long as we live there. We’ve all been captivated by the Konmari Method previously, along with all the refreshing home interiors being featured in social media.

Therefore, it makes sense to understand how to go about achieving a minimalist interior design! So here are five quick tips that will help you create your very own minimalist interior design, even without the need for a professional yet.

1. Think Of Nothing As Essential

Think about nothing as essential when creating your own minimalism in your home or redesigning an existing room to be more effective and efficient at using space. It’s all about creating more space, and everything is a distraction and takes up more space than necessary. So, instead of looking for something you need, try to eliminate as many things that you do NOT need.

This mindset is a good start for your minimalism journey. But, be warned that this is easier said than done, especially if you have not been practising minimalism before.

2. Clean Out The Clutter And Clean Up

While you’re getting rid of things, you need to work on cleaning out the clutter and cleaning up. You don’t want to be looking around your new minimalist room and seeing an old toy sitting there or some of those cupboards used to store all of that useless junk your kids like to hoard. If possible, it is also best to hire cleaners for your home or space to conduct deep cleaning.  A squeaky clean space will serve as a good slate for a significant interior design change. Your clutter could also mean new treasure for others, so do not let them go to waste. Try selling your old but gold things that you need to get rid of as your transition to minimalist living.

3. Keep Track Of Where Everything Goes To Make Putting Things Back Easier

Now, once all the necessary cleaning is done, it’s time to start your organizing process. When decluttering and creating a minimalist room, you must keep track of where everything goes to put things back. You can use something as simple as a glass jar with lids for everyone in the house and put the things inside. Labelling is also a great practice in minimalist interiors. Since you will be putting everything in organizers, labels will help you find things faster and easier. Everything can be put back and tidied away by closing lids and neatly storing them when not in use.

Doing your Decors 

This is the next exciting step after the exhausting decluttering and organizing process. Do not shy away from decors just because you are embracing a minimalist interior design. You can still add your personality to your home without overwhelming your space.

4. Keep The Colors Simplistic And Basic

Keep your colour choices simple and basic when thinking of how best to create a minimalist interior design. You don’t want too many different colours distracting you from the simplicity of the space you’re creating. Just pick one or two that work well together and run with it! Also, instead of using furniture that has been intricately designed to look even better than it is functional, go for something as simple as possible.

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5. Use Multi-Purpose Furniture To Save On Space and Money

Why not make the most out of space and money when you’re redesigning a room or creating a minimalist home? There is no need to buy separate pieces of furniture for each different purpose. Instead, choose multi-purpose furniture that will serve as many functions as it can, such as storage cabinets with shelves and drawers. Doing so will save on space and cash. You won’t have to worry about buying an expensive piece that does one thing. Only choose furniture that has a purpose and is functional For your home or room. There are times when even the minimalist people go overboard with their designing choices, but try to remind yourself constantly about simplicity. You don’t want your house looking like an IKEA showroom because while it may be efficient, low on things – who wants to live in their own ‘showroom’?

Key Takeaways

Aside from the tips above, it’s important to remember that you should always do what works for your space. Every room is unique, with its own personality and feeling – so don’t be afraid to play around with colour, textures, lighting, and tints until you get it ‘just right.’

Minimalist interior design is all about living simply and efficiently while creating low-maintenance homes that are easy to clean up. You should know by now that there isn’t just one way of achieving this: everyone’s journey will look different at the end of it!  So allow these five quick tips to help you create your ideal minimalist home, and make sure only to add the things you need in your life. Once you get settled into this new minimalist living, you’ll find everything to be a lot easier and fresher every day.