As we mentioned in the article “Minimalist Style: What is it and how do I apply it in my home?“, the first ideas of minimalism were promoted by Mies Van der Rohe in 1960, but it wasn’t until the 70’s, in the United States, that the minimalist furniture and interiors managed to position the minimalism as the opposing current to Pop Art and thus obtained its greatest exposure.
Minimalist style interiors are characterized by 4 very clear characteristics: simplicity, functionality, clean lines and the use of neutral colors. In this article, we will show you 5 different types of minimalist furniture Ekohunters so you can design your home in the best minimalist design.
Simplicity in minimalist objects and furniture for your home
A minimalist design interior must perfectly meet the motto “less is more” taking everything to the essentials, that is, only the elements and furniture essential for this can coexist in space. In turn, the designs of these minimalist elements and furniture must comply with this motto, taking its simplicity to the maximum in order not to load the space with visual noise.
One of the Ekohunters minimalist furniture that will represent this motto in the living room of your home is, without a doubt, the Long Sofa. With an internal structure made of beech wood and stainless steel legs, the Long Sofa in its black tone will fit any minimalist style living room to perfection, bringing sophistication and simplicity to the interior thanks to its clean lines and clean and refined surfaces.
The Long Sofa promises comfort and convenience thanks to its high resilience polyurethane foam seat and frame. At the same time, it presents 3 coverings to choose from, designed in a healthy and sustainable way, guaranteeing human and productive ecology, obtaining an 80% eco-efficiency level under our Eko quality seal.
The functionality of minimalist objects and furniture in your home
In the interiors of a minimalist design home it is of utmost importance that the elements and furniture that coexist in the space are, above all, functional.
A clear example of this feature of the minimalist style can be seen in the design of the Tiksi wall clock. To reveal the essence of the clock, all unnecessary details have been removed from the Tiksi clock, highlighting only the function for which it was created and the necessary elements that denote what it is.
Something distinctive about the Tiksi clock is that (besides being perfect for any living room, bedroom or even a minimalist style kitchen) it is made from recycled paper and you can return it for recycling at the end of its useful life. The Tiksi clock qualifies with a 100% eco-efficiency level for our Eko seal of approval.
The use of clean lines in minimalist furniture for your home
One of the most important premises of minimalism is the use of clean and simple lines and surfaces. Representative of this characteristic is the Kiko dining table. This dining table has a design where simplicity, smooth surfaces and straight, clean lines predominate. The Kiko dining table is perfect for any dining room in a home with harmonious, functional and simplistic decor, in other words, minimalist.
The Kiko dining table has the particularity of being composed entirely of birch wood and is handmade by local artisans fairly remunerated, which qualifies it with an eco-efficiency level of 80% according to our Eko quality seal.
The use of neutral colors in minimalist furniture for your home
The last feature refers to the use of colors that you should take into account in the furniture and elements that you incorporate in your minimalist style space. As we mentioned in the article “Minimalist Style: What is it and how do I apply it in my home?“, minimalism uses a monochromatic palette of neutral colors (black, white and gray).
With the Archy floor lamp, you will ensure that this isn’t a drawback when starting your home decorating project, as this lamp with clean lines and simple shapes comes in 2 colors: black or white.
Suitable for the interior of your living room or bedroom, it has the particularity of being made of recycled plaster and can be returned to be recycled after the end of its useful life. These characteristics give it an eco-efficiency level of 80% under our Eko quality seal.
If you want to start your decor project oriented to the minimalist style we recommend you to take a look at our marketplace. There you won’t only find all the products mentioned above, but you can also find a wide variety of minimalist furniture (such as chairs, tables, etc.) based on the features we provide in the articles dedicated to the minimalist style. At the same time, in the description of each product, you will find the rating of its eco-efficiency level (provided by our Eko quality seal). This percentage will help you to know in a real way the environmental impact that each product generates in the environment, achieving a minimalist and sustainable interior at the same time.