Whether we agree to this in public or not, but all of us have spent some time watching Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and promising we will declutter just after the next episode! My personal experience was that I have too many items that ‘spark joy’ for me. Keeping this aside, minimalism is a trend that took the world by storm some time back. Be it Scandinavian, Danish or Japanese, there is something very unique and calming to see a design with clean, simple lines placed in a clutter-free environment. And as we did with the Part 1 of this series, we are sure this collection of minimally designed products will inspire you to enter this zen space.
The Stretch Board by Taijiro Ishiko
The Woolnut sleeve hugs your laptop, protecting it with a sheep wool interior, while giving it a premium cognac leather outer clad.
Helios Lights by James Vanderpant
The Brick Light from Paolo Rizzatto
Personality TV stand by Blond Creative for Samsung TV
Usetool Toothbrush holds a complete sterilization center, by Jiyoun Kim Studio
Hive View Smart Indoor Camera by fuseproject for Hive
Outdoor seating designed by Patrick Norguet and Alias Design for McDonalds
Minimal Jewelry by Mara Paris
The field minimal shelving system by Dmitri Kozinenko
The storm tray from 24d-Studio
Respiro Light by Philippe Nigro
Loved these designs? Discover more minimal designs with our Part 1 of this series.