JEK Family RoomLiving Room, Melbourne
Photography by Laura Cioccia
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Consider door materialsWhen it comes to door materials, the main options are metal, glass, mirror, timber and MDF. Make your selection based on style (for example, glass doors to go in a Hamptons-style kitchen) or function (for example, perforated metal doors for air flow around electronics). 11 Ways to Personalise Your Home With Customised Products
Statement wallCreate instant impact with a bespoke timber wall displaying a bold herringbone pattern. Against a pared-back palette of calming hues, the differing timber tones are highlighted throughout the dramatic zigzags, pulling the focus to the entertainment wall and evoking a sense of warmth.
This Melbourne living room is completely free of adornment, apart from a couple of pot plants and a painting. It doesn’t need anything else because of the pattern and natural grains in the timber cabinetry and coffee table. Less is more when you have a stand-out feature upon which to rest your weary eyes.
Tone it down a bitPare back material palettes and use textural or colourful finishes in a restrained way. TIP: Using tones of grey, white and natural materials such as timber are good choices when it comes to coming up with a refined, minimalist colour palette.YOUR SAYDo you love the minimalist look or is it too restrained for you? Share your style preferences in the Comments.MOREDutch Houzz: Minimalist Palette Creates Soothing HomeSo Your Style Is: ContemporaryBathroom Inspiration: 20 Cool Contemporary Designs