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Carissa Linden - May 21, 2020

If you get excited by light, minimalist interiors with natural materials and textures, then you’re probably going to be a huge fan of the Organic Minimalist style.

Characterised by muted tones, white-washed woods, natural fabrics and a range of contrasting textures, Organic Minimalism will bring an overwhelming sense of calm to your home. Whether you’re in the interior design stages of your build, or just looking for some ways to freshen up your home, here’s how you can achieve this serene interior look:

 

Muted colours

Accomplishing Organic Minimalism starts with a neutral canvas, so when it comes to wall colours, cabinet finishes and flooring materials you need to think soft whites, matte chalky finishes, pale timbers and white-washed oaks.

Muted and natural colours invoke a sense of calm, and help to make your interiors appear more spacious, airy and light-filled.

Some products we’d recommend include:

  • Dulux Natural White PN1E1
  • Polytec Coastal Oak Woodmatt laminate
  • Caesarstone Fresh Concrete
  • Phoenix Tapware Axia Basin Mixer in the colour Brushed Nickel

 

Natural Fibres

Once you’ve established your neutral base, it’s time to add texture. Light fittings made from natural fibres and textured loop pile wool carpets will work perfectly to provide a contrast with your smooth, soft base colours.

Integrating a range of textures through furniture, fixtures and accessories will help to add depth and dimension to your spaces.

We recommend using products such as:

  • Beacon Lighting Bungalow 1 Light Pendant in the colour White Wash
  • Beacon Lighting Coral Large Pendant in White
  • Victoria Carpets Elmview in the colour Nougat Cream
  • Mokun Handloom fabric in the colour Silk

 

Recycled and renewable

When adding the finishing touches and accessories to your Organic Minimalist interiors, products made from recycled and renewable materials will complement your spaces flawlessly. Wallpapers made from recycled plant fibres with natural inks will help to make a beautiful impression. You can also add real plants to enhance the organic ambience.

We love the Quercus & Co wallpaper in the colour Mountain Green.

 

Minimal and uncluttered

The final step to achieving Organic Minimalism is ensuring your home stays uncluttered. Following the rule “Less is more” is imperative! This means you’ll need to make the most of drawers and cupboard space to store household items, and don’t go overboard with accessories and knick-knacks.

Our homes are known for their generous storage space, to help make keeping your spaces uncluttered completely effortless.

 

If you’d like to soak up some more Organic Minimalist inspiration, our Bargello 42MK2 display at Eliston Estate is the perfect place to do just that! You can explore the home in person, or take a virtual 360 degree tour.

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