Trending: Minimaluxe

Trending: Minimaluxe

Our favorite new design trend has emerged. Blending the simplicity of minimalism with the sophistication of luxury—introducing Minimaluxe. 

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This aesthetic focuses on creating spaces that are clean, uncluttered, and visually pleasing, while also incorporating high-quality materials, rich textures, and luxurious finishes.

Minimaluxe design emphasizes the use of minimalist aesthetics: clean lines and neutral color palettes with elements of luxury such as high quality materials, statement pieces, and thoughtful details. The result is a harmonious blend of minimalism and luxury, creating a sense of serenity and understated elegance in any space - your ultimate sanctuary. Below are our tips on how to incorporate the minimaluxe collection into your home.

1. Simplicity is Key

Start by decluttering your space. Minimaluxe design relies on clean lines, clear surfaces, and open spaces. Remove unnecessary items and keep only the essentials, allowing each piece to stand out and make a statement. Opting for acrylic furniture like the Sia and Julian Side Table creates a visually clutter free space while still being on trend.


2. Quality Over Quantity

Invest in high-quality furniture and decor pieces. Opt for timeless designs and materials such as marble, brass, and natural wood that exude luxury and sophistication. Choose pieces like the Harlow Coffee Table or Lucca Reeded Bench that are both functional and stunning.


3. Neutral Palette

Stick to a neutral color palette consisting of soft tones such as white, beige, cream, and gray. These hues create a sense of tranquility and sophistication and enhance the clean lines throughout the space. Your end goal is a space that feels calming and peaceful, yet feel very elevated and luxe.


4. Texture Play

Incorporate texture to add depth, warmth, and luxury to your space. Mix rich textures such as velvet, boucle, and faux fur to create visual contrast and tactile appeal. Pieces like the Wren Office Chair or Emmett Storage Bench can elevate the overall look and feel of the room.

5. Minimalist Accents 

Select minimalist accents and accessories that complement the overall aesthetic. Avoid cluttering the space with too many decorative items and instead opt for a few carefully curated pieces that enhance the luxurious vibe. Think sculptural vases, minimalist artwork, and elegant sculptures in organic shpaes like the Zhuri Ceramic Vase or Olivia Stone Votive Holder.

    By embracing the principles of Minimaluxe design, you can create a space that is both minimalist and luxurious, a sanctuary of style and sophistication that reflects your unique taste and lifestyle.

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