70 minimalist living room designs that prove less is more

70 minimalist living room designs that prove less is more

Minimalist decor is an aesthetic that values ​​sobriety in environments with a simple and organized composition. A room with these characteristics prioritizes essential pieces that really make sense for you and your lifestyle. See inspiring minimalist living room proposals and find ideas to transform your home:

1. A neutral palette is the foundation of a minimalist room

AFTER ARCHITECTURE

2. Colors like gray are great

SUITE ARCHITECTS

3. White is also perfect

STUDIO GABRIEL BORDIN

4. Natural materials are the best choice

NORM ARCHITECTS

5. Bet on items made of wood

AFTER ARCHITECTURE

6. A straw chair is special

PEDRO FÉLIX ARCHITECTURE

7. Decorate with glass transparency

NILDO JOSÉ ARCHITECTURE

8. Take advantage of natural lighting

STUDIO GABRIEL BORDIN

9. And explore big openings

FELIPE HESS ARCHITECTS

10. A minimalist room can be elegant

PEDRO FELIX ARCHITECTURE

11. Or bet everything on simplicity

BG STUDIO

12. Give preference to timeless furniture

NILDO JOSÉ ARCHITECTURE

13. And invest in sober fabrics

STUDIO GABRIEL BORDIN

14. If you want, add color dots in the room

STUDIO ARTHUR CASAS

15. Look for uniformity in decoration

LIDIA MACIEL

16. Prioritize the fluidity of space

RAMON ESTEVE

17. And keep the environment organized

HOUSE 14 ARCHITECTURE

18. Minimalist decor is based on few elements

BG STUDIO

19. Creates an atmosphere of tranquility

NILDO JOSÉ ARCHITECTURE

20. Helps compose a serene look

PEDRO FELIX ARCHITECTURE

21. And it brings a feeling of greater amplitude

FELIPE HESS ARCHITECTS

22. A great choice for small rooms

NILDO JOSÉ ARCHITECTURE

23. You can decorate with light tones

GDL ARCHITECTURE

24. Get inspired by darker nuances

STUDIOVERT ARCHITECTURE

25. Compose a superclean environment

PEDRO FELIX ARCHITECTURE

26. With Scandinavian-style references

STUDIOVERT ARCHITECTURE

27. Or even a colorful room

NILDO JOSE ARCHITECTURE

28. You can incorporate plants

TRIART ARCHITECTURE

29. And display dry arrangements

ESTUDIO BRA

30. Appreciate the beauty of space

MNMA STUDIO

31. Minimalism can mix with industrial

ASARCHITECTS SP

32. Compose with rustic elements

FLY ARCHITECTURE

33. Guide a contemporary composition

BC ARCHITECTS

34. Elevate sophistication in the environment

RENATE ROSSI ARCHITECTURE

35. And decorate a modern room

STUDIO ROOM

36. Minimalism also has personality

ROOM 2 ARCHITECTURE

37. And it can be very comfortable

ELIZA SCHUCHOVSKI

38. Use simple furniture

SÉBASTIEN ROBERT

39. And pieces that make sense in your environment

TRIAT ARCHITECTURE

40. Look for functional decor

RAMON ESTEVE

41. Take advantage of the integration between spaces

OSA ARCHITECTS

42. To also have a minimalist dining room

MAB3 ARCHITECTURE

43. The black tone works great

OSA ARCHITECTS

44. But you can only use light colors

ZUPELLI DESIGN ARCHITETTURE

45. To ensure smooth composition

MAB3 ARCHITECTURE

46. ​​Mainly in a compact environment

TRIART ARCHITECTURE

47. It is possible to opt for a monochromatic look

TRIART ARCHITECTURE

48. Or with a gradient effect

PELLA HEDEBY

49. Cement is a good choice of coating

MEIRELES + PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

50. And helps create a sober environment

MEIRELES + PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

51. The bricks are also beautiful

NILDO JOSE ARCHITECTURE

52. Bring a more casual air

ESTUDIO BRA

53. And make the room more charming

STUDIO 19 ARCHITECTURE

54. An ideal style for a quiet space

BC ARCHITECTS

55. Get rid of excesses

RODRIGO FAGÁ

56. Take your needs into account

M MAGALHÃES STUDIO

57. Use smart woodworking

ZUPELLI DESIGN ARCHITETTURE

58. Light upholstery is easy to match

STUDIOMH ARCHITECTURE

59. The color brown is also versatile

ZUPELLI DESIGN ARCHITETTURE

60. Geometric shapes are very common in the style

BETA ARCHITECTURE

61. Linear format stands out

MEIRELES + PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

62. But curves can also appear

STUDIO ROOM

63. Minimalism doesn’t have to be impersonal

OSA ARCHITECTS

64. Decorate as you like

MEIRELES + PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

65. With pieces with meaning for you

MEIRELES + PAVAN ARCHITECTURE

66. And that you really use on a daily basis

FLAVIA ROMI ARCHITECTURE

67. Surprise with the simple

PEDRO FELIX ARCHITECTURE

68. Delight with a minimalist living room

MAB3 ARCHITECTURE

69. And have plenty of elegance in your decor

PEDRO FELIX ARCHITECTURE

To adopt the minimalist style in your living room decor, choose what is really important to you, focus on organization and give preference to neutral colors. And to follow this aesthetic throughout the house, also see how to have a minimalist kitchen .