At Martha Angus, we’re all minimalist mavens so we jumped
at the chance to do a post on our favorite design style.
These minimalist looks are sleek, sparse and oh-so-chic.
When Winsome Brown and Claude Arpel opened their
Tribeca home to Elle Decor back in June, we fell in love with the artful,
airy space. The living area, designed by Lee Mindel of Shelton, Mindel & Assoc.,
channels a youthful spirit while maintaining a minimalist aesthetic.
And we absolutely love those teal Pierre Guariche armchairs.
A low-slung beige sofa looks posh paired
with a typography rug and mod lamp.
We are obsessed with this minimalist cabin in the woods,
designed by architect Susanne Nobis for herself and her family.
The limitless shelving extends all the way to the ceiling.
This stretching marble countertop
looks perfect for prep work.
Pull up a chair!
We love the angularity of this look.
A stove countertop exemplifies the reductive aspects of modernism.
And what an innovative utilization of space.
This elegantly stark dining room was
featured in Architectural Digest.