These 65 minimalist living room decor ideas are perfect for a start. Also we selected beautiful examples from popular and successful interior designers. I recommend you to see all the minimalist living rooms in the content.
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1Designed by BHDM Design
2Designed by Banda
3Designed by Eanda Interiors
Colors can be incorporated into the minimalist decoration style. Using soft colors on a white base while keeping the furniture clean and simple adds character to the room.
5Designed by Drake / Anderson
6Designed by Amy Kartheiser
7Designed by Tharon Anderson
Instead of using decor objects, you can opt for plants in all shapes and sizes to style your room while making your decor also functional.
9Designed by Jenkins Interiors
10Designed by Gray Girl
11Designed by Leah Muller Interiors
Using unpainted wooden furniture with sharp edges and clean lines is a great way to enhance the minimalist vibe in your living room design. A fluffy rug thrown in the middle is enough to make the room cozy.
13Designed by Oscar Properties
14Designed by Carol Estes
15Designed by Patina
Grey is one of the most fitting colors in a minimalist living room. A grey sofa can be put in front of a concrete wall to blend everything in and making the space look more open by contrasting it with white floors.
17Designed by Amy Kartheiser
18Designed by BHDM Design
19Designed by Associates III Interior Design
Minimalist style is a go to if you are living in an apartment. Choosing a few basic furniture with specific functions and clearing the surfaces of clutter can make your space look much bigger than it actually is along with the light color scheme.
21Designed by IDF Studio
22Designed by Tharon Anderson
23Designed by Tiina Ilmavirta
In a mostly white minimalist living room decor, adding a few subtle accent colors on pillows would immediately make the room more inviting and homely.
25Designed by Samantha Stein
26Designed by Suzyhoodless
27Designed by Leah Muller Interiors
Having big windows in a minimalist living room is an architectural advantage as it adds to the clean and bright look of the style by bringing the sunlight in.
29Designed by Ashley Goforth
30Designed by Anne Liv F. Lauvhaug
31Designed by Oscar Properties
32Statement Objects & Corners
One classic sofa in a soft color that is different from the general color scheme becomes the statement object of a minimalist living room without spoiling the minimal aesthetic. Also, using a divider in the corner is a good idea to utilize a dead space.
33Designed by Vision Fastighetsmäkleri
34Designed by Patina
35Designed by The Ivory Gull
A monochrome minimalistic living room may be enriched by using blue as the accent color. While the light shades would complement the overall look, the soothing effect of it would add to the minimalist philosophy.
37Designed by Andrea Schumacher Interiors
38Designed by Bonesteel Trout Hall
39Deisgned by Purvi Padia Interiors
In a very calm and subtle minimalist living room that does not have much color can be brought to life with a patterned and colorful rug which becomes the focal point of the room.
41Designed by NB Design Group
42Designed by Renée Gaddis Interiors
43Designed by Sean Anderson
Using the vertical and horizontal lines of the furnishings to separate the rooms such as the living area and the kitchen, enhances the minimalist feeling of the space whiling making it look larger.
45Designed by sKout
46Designed by Jenkins Interiors
47Designed by Centered by Design
A monochrome look is the first thing that comes to mind in minimalist style. To make a monochrome minimalistic living room more inviting, try to use different shades of each color for a rich palette around the room and patterns to add motion without cluttering it.
49Designed by Ashley Goforth
50Designed by Oscar Properties
51Designed by Muk van Lil
52Pink and Blue
A minimalist living room does not have to be monochrome all the time. Colorful throws and additional pillow covers in soft pink and blue can save you from trouble on the days that you want color.
53Designed by Carol Estes
54Designed by Bonesteel Trout Hall
55Designed by Patina
56One Big Sectional
Instead of using many different small furnishings around the space, use one big, stately object such as a sectional sofa to fill your living room to avoid cluttering the space.
57Designed by Purvi Padia Interiors
58Designed by Oscar Properties
59Designed by Lexi Westergard Design
60Color & Style
Using different colors and a few objects with different styles does not take away the minimalist vibe of the room but enriches the space by giving it a personal touch.