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Minimalist Interior Design with Green Plant Accents

Minimalist Interior Design with Green Plant Accents

The minimalist aesthetic goes by the guideline of less is more. Minimalism is a great way to reduce clutter and keep a home feeling open, clean, and modern. But there are many different ways to embrace the minimalist style, and it doesnt have to mean eschewing everything that doesnt have a very specific purpose. As you will see in these two homes, plants are one decorative element that can work very well within the minimalist framework. Plants not only lend subtle color to an otherwise neutral space, they can help to clean the air and actually make a home healthier. Take a look inside these two beautiful homes and see how greenery might work for a space in your house.

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That Bird of Paradise acts as a stunning focal point in the open living area, drawing attention from dining, kitchen, and living spaces.

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But not all plants need to be quite so large as the one. A subtle hose plan nestled next to the television works, as well. And the main entryway does its part in the minimalist style with shoe storage and wall hooks.

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We know that black kitchens are a trendy choice and a major departure from the more common white or brightly colored designs, but the results here are very subtle and sleek nonetheless.

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The minimalist aesthetic demands usefulness, and while the decorative vases on the dining table are not currently in use, they can certainly serve a purpose. The same goes for the modern matching teapot.

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In most modern homes, a work space is a necessity. This stylish ergonomic chair makes the idea of working at home that much more palatable.

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The white, minimalist desk takes its inspiration from a drafting table while the unique overhead light fixture brings a bit of artistry into the room.

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The bedroom in this home is ethereal and romantic, from its molded headboard accent to it unique bedside lamps, which are available on Amazon.

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The muted gray, white, and natural wood palette is especially soothing in the bedroom context.

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The sparkling lights that hover over the bed, in addition to those bedside lamps, are quite lovely.

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We can also get a peek of the simple, clean vanity area.

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A white marble and wood bathroom is a natural addition to this master bedroom.

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And plants have their place in this private space, as well with a living wall making a particularly eye-catching addition.

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The children’s room strays a bit from the idea of minimalism with the kids’ beds plenty decorated and whimsical sheep lights hanging overhead.

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The pretty colors and fun details are hallmarks of successful kid’s decor.

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But despite those accents, the public space of this home really lets plants take center stage.

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A wall of tropical-inspired foliage as well as large plants dotted throughout the interior make for an otherworldly feeling in the living room.

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The plants work well as accents because so many of the other pieces in the space are sleek and neutral.

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The plant wall starts to encroach on the sofa, nearly transporting visitors to the jungle from the living room.

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Even in minimalist spaces, shelving is necessary for all those interior design books.

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The white marble countertop is staged with a decorative silver pitcher and complementary fruit bowl.

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In addition to tropical foliage, indoor herb planters are another way to add greenery to the minimalist style.

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For more inspiration from similar kitchen spaces, check out our post on marble kitchens.

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The way that oversized plants flank the windows in this penthouse is particularly luxurious.

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While a modern staircase takes you quickly to the second floor.

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In the master bedroom, foliage (mostly) moves aside for comforting yet stylish furniture and a well-organized closet.

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A single plant in the corner is enough color to unite this room’s decor with the rest of the home.

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A black marble and wood contrast in the bathroom is almost futuristic.

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Green accent walls bring in the idea of plant life without the plants themselves.

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The kids rooms are a bit more upbeat and messy, as kids tend to be.

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A pink flamingo motif is particularly playful.

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Finally, a slate gray and white bathroom aligns perfectly with the minimalist design of this home. This space forgoes even the standard vanity – using a freestanding sink and small side table instead.


If you like using plants as accents do check out: Designer Transforms Space With Indoor Plants


Watch the video: HOUSE TOUR Plants, Bedroom, YOGA ROOM . Karissa Pukas HOME p a r t 3 (October 2021).