1. Keep it tonal.
Evident from the name, Warm Minimalism brings colour into focus. It's recommended to avoid sharp contrasts and stay within a pared-back palette with smooth tonal transitions. Deeply comforting Natural, Nutmeg & Terracotta hues are a great place to start.
2. Textural mix & match.
A liberation from ascetic plain surfaces, Warm Minimalism explores a variety of natural textures giving interiors depth and interest. Try combining European linen with tufted & vintage wash cotton and see how beautifully they work together.
3. Harmonious layering.
Layering a considered combination of natural materials and textiles is what makes Warm Minimalism sing. Smooth, crinkled, herringbone or honeycomb - curate your selection thoughtfully and watch the harmony unfold.
Finally, Warm Minimalism is about decluttering and keeping it simple & clean. Edit down your bookshelves & coffee tables and let your treasured statement pieces shine. Our Mango Wood & Resin designs are perfect just for that.