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Minimal Art

Minimalism is all around us. It is functional, no extras, no waste, every element, including shapes, color palette, and typography is necessary. A simple geometric shape or form is given the power to stand in for a more complex object or idea. And today, Best Design Books is going to show you how you can style this amazing interior design trend. Take a look:

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PALM BOTANICAL COLLECTION

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A game between the absence of light and the joining of all colors, with a very clean design. A rug very simple but at the same time very strong, with neutral colors that can be combined in any project, a timeless product.

COLL NEUTRAL COLLECTION

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Inspired by the basic and primary illustrative forms of MARIMEKKO, textile illustrator who stands out for its simplicity in its very strong patterns and colors. It is particularly noted for its brightly colored printed fabrics and simple styles, both used in women’s garments and in home furnishings.

INCEPTION NEUTRAL COLLECTION

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With a bold graphic design and a creation without limits, we have developed a very coherent collection where we can show through noble materials, graphics and patterns different and unusual. A 100% handmade product that transforms the comfort and beauty of your project.

ELLEN UMLAZA ARMCHAIR 

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Ellen is a sophisticated armchair, featuring a modern tub design. Built on top of a polished brass base, this accent chair is upholstered with green lustrous velvet and its curvilinear open back contrasts with a rectangular shape on the front. It has a nonswivel cylindrical seat perfect for those nostalgic retro lovers, who love a mix between contemporary design and mid-century modern style.

KLEO CUSHION

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Elegant shapes in velvet, hand embroidery, natural silk and dazzling jacquards with decorations. A piece of art with a timeless SOUL.

 

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