Take a moment and breathe while surrounded by the beauty of sophisticated minimalism
After a long day, you want to come home and enjoy the simple, yet sophisticated calm of your interior. You want to leave everything at the door, let go and relax in the pure and weightless décor of your home. You want to get lost in the soft and warm textures and materials, as you finally sit down and feel unburdened from the constant movement of the day. You are surrounded by an elegance that is bared down to its essential core and a palette of light and natural shades. You can finally take a moment and breathe.
Your living space emits a clean and poetic language that speaks to you and the graceful lifestyle you lead. It is pure and refined, and the uncluttered space helps to de-clutter your mind, creating a sense of visual peace and calm. Tarkett’s Breathe design trend aims to reduce forms and colours to their simplest states and to create airy, bright and refined spaces. The colour scheme is a blend of light and neutral shades, such as cold and warm greys contrasted with hues of green and blue that are complemented with a touch of gold, copper and old pink.
Inspired by Minimalist Design
This décor highlights clean lines and a monochromatic palette that incorporates a range of neutral colours and their different shades. There is an open floor plan, lots of light and functional furniture. Flat, smooth surfaces and strong, sharp lines make bold statements that emphasize the essential nature of each item. Carefully chosen for their specific shape, colour and/or texture, a handful of essential elements perfectly contribute to the sense of freedom and relaxation created by this look.
The use of different textiles provides warmth, texture and an added dimension to every room. Drapery, bedding, cushions and area rugs in varying textiles, such as, cotton, burlap or jute are the perfect blend of luxury and comfort. Velvet materials for sofas and other furniture create a noble and delicate, yet inviting space. Feminine tones, expressed through variations of pink, is an important detail that instantly creates a charming and alluring interior. The softness of the colour presented in different shades – blush, millennial pink, gold, copper, taupe and other light pink shades—works delightfully well with neutral hues.
Influenced by Scandinavian Interior Design
There are also many elements that are influenced by Scandinavian Interior Design, which expresses its beauty in a practical and welcoming decorative style. We see a lot of geometric shapes and linear edges, as well as stone materials. The use of woods for the floor or other objects enhances the neutral colours, provides texture and creates a simple and natural base. The discrete touches of marble are eye-catching and they are automatically associated with a refined and sophisticated atmosphere that is not only distinguished, but, everlasting.
Lastly, the essential combination of whites and neutrals with warm and cozy textiles play an important role in the sensorial aspect of this look. The neutrals come in classic and gentle shades that give off both cool and warm undertones. While cool neutrals, such as grey, fade into the background, the warm ones, like beige, stand out, creating a pleasant and comforting contrast. The expression of these neutrals in the textured fabrics that accessorize the room, such as soft sheepskin throws and cozy wool covers, add warmth and a comfortable conviviality to your home.
At the end of the day, Breathe is the décor that perfectly blends minimalism and sophistication. It brings together the precise combination of forms and colours, textiles and textures, lights and sounds to give you that rare moment of simple and uncluttered calm.