In recent years, the home has transformed from a simple place of rest to an oasis of tranquility, where we can create an environment that reflects our personality and tastes. Furniture has become a tool to express our individuality through design ideas and creativity, mixing styles, colors, fabrics and materials to create a unique and personal space that promotes well-being and serenity.
It is in this contemporary scenario that the minimal chic style is gaining in popularity, becoming a true benchmark for lovers of clean lines and essential geometric shapes that make it possible to create orderly, organized and harmonious spaces, in which the element takes on a specific functional purpose, contributing to the overall balance of the environment.
In the minimalist style, the most common choices for walls and furniture are neutral, understated colors such as white, gray and beige. These shades create a clean, bright base, allowing the focus to be on key elements, artwork or design pieces. However, minimalism does not exclude bright colors as focal points or to create interesting contrasts. The use of refined materials, selected for their quality, durability and simplicity, plays a key role in the creative process of furniture. Natural wood, in oak and walnut essences, offers feelings of warmth and organicity. Stainless steel and aluminum, on the other hand, are often used to create an atmosphere of modernity and lightness. Finally, glass helps to ensure a bright and airy environment without sacrificing elegance and versatility.
A key role is played by the flush door, separating rooms, creating new spaces, providing silence when needed and contributing to energy savings as well as security. Flush doors, often with invisible handles or recessed in the door leaf, blend seamlessly into the walls, blending in with their surroundings and creating a feeling of visual continuity that expands the space and lends an atmosphere of modernity and sophistication.