Have you ever wondered where people who live in minimalist homes keep their things? For a start they’re very organised people; there’s no place whatsoever for clutter, everything has its place and that place is out of sight for the most part. Take a look below and you’ll soon discover that minimalistic living is a strict regime of order coupled with fabulous hidden storage along with cleanliness – you simply can’t be minimalistic if there’s mess around!
These are more then room dividers, they’re hidden storage areas too.
This minimalist table/stool has hidden storage inside.
Even the bathroom in a minimalist home is sleek and clutter free; everything is stored away in the vanity unit.
For the ardent minimalist the mere sight of the loo and sink is enough to get them in a turmoil – the solution is to have the loo, bidet and sink covered until they’re needed.
Kitchen storage is an integral part of a minimalistic home. A few carefully chosen objects are on display on plain shelves. Note the lack of pattern anywhere – pattern leans towards fussiness and visual confusion and that just won’t do!
Hidden storage is definitely the name of the game so to speak, as such a dining room table tat has hidden storage for wine bottles is a must.
Everything has a place to hide, including crockery and flatware that are used everyday.
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With fitted wardrobes being the norm in many homes the minimalistic bedroom is probably the easiest room to get right. Opt for a bed with hidden storage underneath to ensure that nothing, linens etc., is left without a home.
Specialised draws to accommodate a plain white dinner service is ideal for a minimalistic dining room or kitchen.
This fascinating coffee tables has plenty of hidden and secret storage spaces.