Minimalism is a trend of architecture characterized by the extreme simplicity of its forms that emerged in New York in the late sixties. Its founding principle is forceful: “less is more”.
Minimalism gives great importance to space and focuses its attention on pure and simple forms. Another aspect that defines this current is its tendency to absolute monochrome in the floors, ceilings and walls. In the end, the accessories give a touch of color to the space.
Here you have 7 ideas for your home to breathe minimalism.