The minimalist design movement kicked off post-World War 2 and to this day it’s been one of the most popular aesthetics both in terms of fashion and home design. Today, this clean, clutterless decor is still favored by many of our favorite homewares brands, whose elevated simplicity in everything from tables and chairs to clocks, vases, and incense chambers are at the top of our wishlist right now.
Below, you’ll find next-level design pieces from homewares brands in Denmark, Morrocco, Japan, and beyond. Each is a feat of modern design, made from luxe materials in particularly pleasing shapes and silhouettes.
On the furnishings front, you can count on the only chair brand you need to know, Eames, to bring you the minimalist goods. A particular favorite of ours comes in its ergonomic 1994 molded plywood chair, best enjoyed with a good book in the light of your golden Flos lamp; feet up on HAY’s mocca-toned coffee table.
As for the finishing touches, highlights come from British label Minimalux‘s mirror-polished spherical candle holder, the abstract wall prints of a Moroccan label we can’t get enough of, LRNCE, and a marble-toned ceiling pendant by Rove Concepts.
See more of our favorite minimalist pieces below.
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- Curated by: Yulia Pankova