Why Less Is More In Home Decor?

You have heard it many times already but perhaps you do not see it clearly. What is that less is more? Well, focus on the basics, on finding the pieces that are essential in each space of your house. Those have to be good. The “less is more” philosophy reinforces our home with class and elegance and equips yourself with the star pieces. Give prominence to what is important. 

1. A MODULAR SOFA THAT CAN BE TRANSFORMED

One more in the family? You get to design your own sofa since it consists of a set of modules that you can combine yourself. Each module is removable, so you can always add and remove more pieces. Its upholstery has an easy clean treatment, resistant to stains, and is easy to maintain.

2. WHITE FURNITURE: INFALLIBLE

It is a sustainable design since the materials of each piece are eco-friendly, the oak veneer comes from sustainable forests. A line that gives style to your whole house.

3. THE COMFORTABLE AND TRENDY TABLE THAT YOUR HOUSE NEEDS

Family meals, special occasions, parties with friends… The best moments happen around a good table. Make sure you have the best. You add a design with the best materials and finishes. Available in different sizes and materials.

4. AN ERGONOMIC CHAIR

The design of this chair gives you carefree relaxation: ergonomic, with a polypropylene seat and stackable steel legs. Practical and simple. An elegant design is always a success.

5. A VERY VERSATILE READING CHAIR

The armchair is your key to the reading corner. It stands out for being a handcrafted piece made with sustainable solid oak wood, hand-braided rattan. Ideal so that wherever you place it, it sets a trend with a natural look thanks to its totally renovated classic design.

6. THE TRENDY FIBER HEADBOARD

Your temple to rest and relax needs natural materials. This headboard is a sustainable and exclusive design, as it is made with rattan, a natural fiber.

 

Tags: apartment decor, apartments, decorations, home decor, interior design, less is more, simple designs, simplicity

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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