Minimalistic Neutrals

When it comes to achieving a minimalist home, the “less is more” mentality is a must. Clean lines, reductive, uncluttered, monochromatic and simplicity are some of the terms and concepts that also immediately come to mind when thinking about minimalism. Clean, simple lines almost automatically equal symmetry so that’s something that you should incorporate into your minimalist home as well. 

Incorporating a minimalistic wall mural together with a minimalistic designed space helps make your space feel larger and less stressful. To create this you need to have in mind functionality as well. A minimalist-designed space incorporates an open floor plan, lots of light, and simple line furnishings that are well-built and comfortable. All these create a soothing and inviting space that has a timeless aesthetic.

Before you start decorating your home, you should first think about the bare essentials you actually need. Resist the urge to stray from these bare essentials if you truly want to live in a minimalist neutral home. Everything in your home should serve a purpose, either emotionally, aesthetically or functionally. Adding a wall mural to your home can be the perfect addition to get the ideal homey feeling. 

Minimalism is a lifestyle that relies on the foundation of being intentional with how you decorate. A minimalist home is about surrounding yourself with items you need, use, and love and stripping away the excess. A major misconception about a minimalist home is that it requires less thought, but it’s the opposite, it requires a very well thought out interior taste and closely planned out floor plan. 

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Another obvious aspect of minimalist home decorating is the addition of contemporary furniture. It is notable for its elegance and simplicity. This type of furniture is characterized by its geometric, clean shapes and thus, there are no non-essential elements to be found in this department. Contemporary style furniture is easily recognizable for its simple and sleek lines. Just as the term "traditional style" covers a great number of different styles, so does the term "contemporary style." Contemporary style furniture is usually smaller in scale as it is meant for today's dwellings. Patterns are reserved for throws, pillows, and rugs for a bit of pop. Don’t overdo it, and remember that in the contemporary design world, less is more also. 


The biggest challenge within a minimalistic interior design is to make a space look warm and welcoming. Another challenge is knowing when to stop adding to the space. Here you just need to remind yourself of “less is more”. When using a neutral color palette, atmosphere is created by combining different shades, tints and textures to create a dynamic atmosphere. 

Below you can find 3 ways to get a minimalistic neutral home with wall murals.  

Declutter, Declutter, Declutter

Minimalism is all about living with less, so decluttering is a must. One in, one out. To keep from collecting more clutter, live by the “one in, one out” rule. The idea of uncluttered and clean space is truly a driver behind the minimalist movement and brings in the perfect zen to your home. This goes for wall murals as well, choose a wallpaper that has a calming feeling and that is easy for the eye.

 Quality over quantity 

As you create your minimalist neutral space by decluttering, don’t forget: quality over quantity. Be intentional about what you buy and look for high-quality items that stand out to you and express your personality that will last for years to come. That also goes with wallpaper, high quality wallpaper is crucial for a luxury finishing look.

Create a neutral base 

A neutral base is fresh and clean-looking, and it makes your space feel calm. A beige or white wall mural will bring this aesthetic to a new level. Neutral wallpaper and a concise monochromatic color scheme can make your area feel minimalist with almost no extra work.

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