Our Favorite Minimal Rooms

A minimalist home is peaceful, practical, and effortless. Minimizing clutter to optimize tranquility allows us to still our busy minds. Thoughtfully selected decorations, calming color palettes, touchable textures, and sleek furniture are some hallmarks of this less-is-more style. Our team at Walker Edison has chosen six of our favorite minimalist rooms, expertly designed by our in-house stylists, that you can use as inspiration to simplify your own space.


Earthy green is introduced to this otherwise neutral bedroom to instill the space with a grounding and serene energy. Textures are an easy way to add visual interest to a minimalist space without overwhelming it, as we see with the bedding, woven lamp base, and woodgrain side table. Structural details like the framed wall and spindle headboard add further interest to the bedroom. A small selection of understated wall decor was put in matching unadorned frames for continuity and simplicity.

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White Spindle Back Solid Wood Queen Bed

Mid-Century 1 Drawer Solid Wood Nightstand



Solid wood brown spindle bench with gold sconces and a painting in the background

This entryway setup greets guests with sophisticated simplicity. A sleek, low-profile bench presides over the threshold with a quiet confidence and further enhances the space with its innate functionality. Its angled profile points our gaze upward to the wall's symmetrical display of abstract art between two glistening gold sconces. Rugs, like this woven rug with scattered neutral shapes, are a perfect way to add a hint of pattern to a minimalist space. It places the pattern below eye level, so it can invigorate a pared down interior without consuming it.

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47" Low Back Spindle Bench


Minimalist dining sets make more room for new memories. The decor uses the space itself as inspiration, with the understated white tableware echoing the cabinetry and backsplash, and the grey glassware tying in the stone countertops. The sleek black chairs and deep brown tabletop balance those bright finishes with an inviting warmth. Details like the woven placemat, fluted glassware, and hexagonal backsplash tile subtly punctuate the kitchen and dining area with texture.

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Weber Oval Drop Leaf Dining Table

Faux Leather Dining Chair


 Four-door sideboard / TV standwith a plant, painting, and decor on top. There is a printed rug underneath with a snake plant and arched standing light at its side

This living room's warmth is here to remind us that minimalism doesn't have to be austere. The four-door sideboard serves as a functional focal point, providing a completely enclosed space to tuck away clutter, and its modest yet eye-catching door detailing nods to the framing on the room's door. Green plants complement the amber glassware and warm metals to enhance the space's sun-kissed glow. The round coffee table softens this living room, and its two-tone finish brings the neutral color palette into focus.

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Noah Sideboard

Emerson Coffee Table


One of our favorite ways to make a minimalist space feel purposeful is zoning, or designating different areas of the same room for different functions. From a design perspective, it concentrates the focus, informs the space, and guides us around the room. Here, all we need were three main ingredients to turn an unassuming corner into a cocktail corner: a bar cart, house plants, and simple wall art. The intentional grouping of these few pieces sets the space apart for a unique purpose.

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33" Industrial Bar Cabinet



Finally, we step outside to this minimalist patio setup. Two mid-century-modern-inspired lounge chairs speak for themselves, requiring little more than a throw pillow and some fresh air. We let nature be our guide for the surrounding area by centering the pieces in front of a natural wood backdrop, and including sizable potted plants as organic decor befitting an outdoor space.

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Rio 2-Piece Patio Chair


We hope you enjoyed this tour of some of our favorite minimalist stylings. Tell us about your favorite or show us your own minimalist space by tagging us on social media @walkeredison.