Go Neutral Or Go Home
Minimalism generally doesn’t mess around when it comes to color. There’s a very set color palette, and that is neutral. It keeps the space clean and fresh, and makes everything feel just a bit more calm.
However, warm minimalism is having a moment, where deeper hues are starting to pop up in design, making a space feel more inviting. Think burgundy, navy blue, and clay. “It’s about creating a sense of cohesion, so no piece of furniture or color is over-dominating the space,” says London-based interior stylist Cate St Hill.