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Trending on Remodelista: Summery Minimalism

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Trending on Remodelista: Summery Minimalism

June 25, 2021

The new minimalism isn’t stark and hard-edged. It’s fewer and less but warmer and softer. Here, some examples from Remodelista this week:

&#8\2\20;For me to feel peaceful in a room it’s often about combining my personal sensibility – paring things down to the essential– whilst honoring what is already there,” says Mallorca-based ceramicist Daniela Jacobs. Photograph courtesy of Daniela Jacobs, from Maximalist/Minimalist: A Ceramicist’s Airy, Open Summer House on Mallorca.
Above: “For me to feel peaceful in a room it’s often about combining my personal sensibility – paring things down to the essential– whilst honoring what is already there,” says Mallorca-based ceramicist Daniela Jacobs. Photograph courtesy of Daniela Jacobs, from Maximalist/Minimalist: A Ceramicist’s Airy, Open Summer House on Mallorca.
Above: Minimalist austerity in this Kalon chair, one among a roundup of 5 Favorites: Donald Judd-Inspired Minimal Wooden Chairs.
Above: An undulating ceiling and wood cabinets make for a soft minimalist space in Kitchen of the Week: Artilleriet + Tre Sekel in Sweden

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