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Live Modern: Bronte Minimal

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:28 AM
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by Adrienne Breaux last modified Oct 19, 2011

Is “minimal” in this home’s title? You have to know that we would be into that. Look, we don’t only think the word “modern” applies when it’s in conjunction with “minimal,” but the fact remains that very minimal spaces feel modern to us because they are usually distilled to their — Continue reading …




 

 

Is “minimal” in this home’s title? You have to know that we would be into that. Look, we don’t only think the word “modern” applies when it’s in conjunction with “minimal,” but the fact remains that very minimal spaces feel modern to us because they are usually distilled to their most basic, simplistic form. Not using more than you need or having more than you need is a very modern idea to us, simply because it seems to resonate well with this generation and contrast even better with the decadence of other generations. Of course, you don’t have to pare things back quite as severely as this to have your own modern space, but we like to think there are some lessons to be learned by studying spaces like this. As first spotted on Desire to Inspire.

Of course, that could just be our opinion. What do you think about the modern/minimal connection? Is this space just way too minimal for you? Let us know!

Images: Houses awards via Desire to Inspire

 

 

 
 
 

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