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Minimalist House Proves Less Is More

May 20, 2015
Modern style doesn't have to be devoid of personality or fun, as this minimalist masterpiece proves. Design firm DKOR Interiors was inspired by the idea of "floating," which they achieved through carefully chosen furniture and light fixtures, as well as an almost all-white palette.
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Photo: DKOR Interiors. From: DKOR Interiors.

Modern Home with ‘Floating Furniture'

Small bursts of color stand out starkly against the all-white palette of this modern, minimalist home. In the space, a combination of white and clear acrylic furnishings appear to “float” on the white floors. Even the baseboards are recessed to emphasize the home’s feeling of weightlessness.

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Photo: DKOR Interiors. From: DKOR Interiors.

A Major Living Space Transformation: Before

Before, this family room was homey but dated, with terra cotta tile floors, glazed cabinetry and French Country touches. The home underwent a total transformation to a minimalist space with a light, bright color palette and furniture that appears to float in the rooms.

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Photo: Lindsay. From: DKOR Interiors.

Custom Features in Unique, Minimal Kitchen

Large-scale, suspended fixtures give this minimal kitchen a feeling of weightlessness, bringing its concept together. A cantilevered wood countertop at the island and bamboo-backed shelves add warmth to the space and break up the room’s white planes.

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Photo: DKOR Interiors. From: DKOR Interiors.

A Total Kitchen Transformation: Before

Before, this kitchen was dark, heavy and dated, with terra cotta tile floors, a chunky island and glazed cabinetry. The home underwent a total transformation to a minimalist space with a light, bright color palette and furniture that appears to float in the rooms.

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