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The new chic is minimal

Now it’s time for the Japan and Scandinavia meeting, in terms of interior design.

The two different philosophies find a perfect understanding in the minimal-chic style, where the forniture born by subtraction. Less is better.

Simplicity is complex: getting to the essential is not for everyone. In general we preserve all we collect in life, precious objects that evoke emotions, remembering meetings and travels.

We must get rid of what surrounds us, to rediscover pure lines and open spaces, tailor-made design and maximum functionality.

I love the kitchen space, full of fascinating corners and alcoves. But the space available often opens up endless possibilities for creation, for an amazing aesthetic result.


Minimal Kitchen


An example is the new kitchen by Minimal. Clear geometries, neutral colors, refined and discreet details: this is the quintessence of minimal style to recreate a harmonious and zen-like living that draws inspiration from the Orient, but does not forget the Scandinavian rules, made of natural materials, large windows and open spaces that allow light to filter.