We can never be bored to talk about minimalist houses. These days, people like to adopt a minimalist style that characterized with materials of wood and steel.
The following 12 houses could be additional inspirations for those who are planning to renovate houses with minimalist style.
1. The Minimalist House that Full of Lights
The wooden elements on the roof and additional yellow track lights that reflected to the ceiling emphasize the minimalist elements of this house.
2. The Box-Shaped House with Glass Accent
Built in a fairly large land, this house is like a minimalist house of the future with a box shape and glass doors on various sides around.
3. The Artistic Minimalist House
The artistic touch of this house is the roof-shaped silhouette that became part of the second floor of his house. It’s a unique touch of minimalism that is rarely used, perfect for those who want to try new things.
4. Minimalist Rectangular-Shaped House
Rectangular shape is commonly used for minimalist style, but this house is on the next level of minimalism where all elements of this house are done in rectangular shape.
5. Private Minimalism
The large windows of this house are all located on the second floor, and you can use concrete stones to add more minimalist aspect to your house.
6. Standard Minimalism
If you don’t like too much minimalism, a semi-minimalist style of one side of this house can be a reference. The use of different materials such as stone, wood, and glass in a standard portion make the house look more realistic. It’s suitable for you who want a simple house.
7. Minimalist Two Floors
The accent of two floors of this house is highlighted by the towering glass window that reveals the stairway to the second floor and some area of it.
8. Minimalist with Fence
Here is the type of minimalist house that is easy to find, especially in Indonesia where most houses are commonly fenced. Minimalist fences usually made of solid black iron like shown in the picture.
9. Minimalist European Style
This house style can easily be found in small urban areas in a European country that is not snowing and not close to the beach, or even in Japan, where the designer of this house comes from. Having a house like this one would attract the eyes of all who see.
10. Minimalist Tropical House
The shadows of palm trees will remind you of summer at the beach, this minimalist tropical house style is also suitable for those who live in coastal cities.
11. Natural Minimalist House
The use of the ladder from natural rocks did not describe a minimalist style, but the choice of wood and glass windows that are large and tall gives a unique and natural minimalist touch to this house.
12. Minimalism in Black and White
The minimalist style is very close to industrial style that is dominated by the colors of black and white. This house has a minimalist shape, the use of bold lines gives it a touch of industrial style.