Bare minimum

Published in SA Home Owner
15 April 2020

More and more people are looking at their homes as an oasis from busy lifestyles – a place where unwinding and switching off are encouraged.

Over the years the minimalist lifestyle has been growing in popularity encouraging people to give up the frills. Whether it’s downsizing your wardrobe or even your office desk, getting rid of the excess allows you to focus and relieves even the clutter in your mind. It is no wonder than that minimalist interior is a trend that is here to stay.

“Divide your spaces”, says Audi Snÿman, interior designer of Audi Snÿman Interior Design, the style of minimalism is a design approach that is characterised by austerity and laconism in decoration. “It is mainly achieved through the use of functional furniture and interior objects, geometric shapes and a combination of usually not more than two basic colours. It is extremely important in such design to correctly divide the space.”

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About Audi Snÿman

As a renowned interior designer, Audi’s clients describe her as creative, passionate and innovative. Her passion and ability to interpret personality into a living or functional space and the psychology behind interior design are what separates her from the mundane. Audi creates spaces that are uniquely tailored to the individual. It is not her design philosophy that counts – it is about honing a style down to its very essence creating the aspirations and dreams of the client.

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