While minimalism was all about black and white back in the early 90s, today, it has transformed into a lot warmer, but still subtle, color tone. It is raw and clean, it is a lot more about natural materials and an honest mode of expression.
The Design Chaser recently shared the works by Evgeniy Bulatnikov, who captures the new minimalism perfectly, a mix of mustards, mocca and almond tones create the perfect balance. Materials are all-natural unrefined woods and great linen upholstery – and walls are left with a surface structure to give it more life, a rustic vibe almost.
If you are drawn to this style, here is a few products that you might enjoy as well.
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1. Anoli lamp* by Nuura 2. Mimic mirror* by Muuto 3. Bau Pots* by Ferm Living 4. Art print by Somée exclusively for The Poster Club 5. Karin easy chair by Bruno Mathsson by Dux 6. Bowl* by Kristina Dam Studio 7. Afteroom Dining Chair* by Menu 8. Cyclades vase by Menu