As far as home decor trends go, the minimalist look is highly favoured by urbanites (like us!) because it’s contemporary, elegant, clean and perfect for smaller living spaces. Here are 10 home items to help you achieve that modern minimalist appeal (with a touch of luxury) in your home:
1. Copper Square Napkin Basket, $34, from Maissone.
Dress up a naked dining or coffee table by stacking pretty napkins neatly inside a chic copper basket like this one.
2. Wooden Bench, price unavailable, from Crate & Barrel.
This handy bench doubles up as storage space – what better way to keep your home neat and orderly?
3. By Molle Linen Throw in Almond, $278, from Stylodeco.
Always remember to throw in a few soft furnishing pieces that really amp up the cosy factor.
4. Grasshoppa Floor Lamp, $1,623, from Naiise.
This sleek black lamp is a sure-fire way to add character to any space.
5. Nomess Copenhagen Wood and Brass Rack, EU241.67 (S$349), from Nest.
Simple yet elegant, this clothes rack features a vintage brass hanging rail that adds a luxurious touch to your bedroom or walk-in wardrobe.
6. Marble Tray, $109, from Comme Home.
Into Instagram flatlays? Your number one accessory to add to your diningware this year should be this gorgeous rectangular tray made of marble.
7. Wood Bookcase, price unavailable, from Crate & Barrel.
Ditch traditional bookshelves and opt for an unconventional design like this one.
8. Tom Dixon Metal Scent Diffuser, US$107 (S$154), from Net-A-Porter.
Scenting your home is a given. How to up the ante: By using stylish diffusers like this Tom Dixon piece, while resembles the beakers you see in science class, albeit more luxurious-looking.
9. Bornholm Coffee Table, $445, from BoConcept.
A minimalist home only needs the bare essentials, such as a coffee table. This one has an elegant marble finish to add a bit of pizzazz to your living room.
10. About A Stool, price unavailable, from Foundry.
Add a bit of Manhattan-esque sophistication to your dining space with a chic and functional barstool in black.
Text: Sofia Kim, Female / Additional Reporting: Elizabeth Liew