Minimalism and Color DesignSource

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Harper Collins, Mar 10, 2009 - House & Home - 640 pages
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Minimalism in interior design goes beyond plain white surfaces to incorporate aspects like textural subtlety and color accents. Minimalism and Color DesignSource reminds us that the introduction of color accents within a world of whiteness recalls the fact that white light is the origin of the whole spectrum of colors. Origins of minimalism in the Modern Movement, and other styles are covered along with decorative criteria on color combinations to present harmonious spaces.


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According to Lleonart (Outside In: A Visual Tour of Indoor Gardens, Garages, Pools, Spas, and More), "[T]he nuance of minimalism lies more in structures and forms than in accessories." In hundreds of ... Read full review

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