20 WAYS TO ACHIEVE A MUJI-STYLE HOME
A home built on Muji philosophy is about minimalism in design and quality in living. Similarly to their ideation journey, we will always first ask, “What’s best from the user’s point of view?” After the complexity of the thought process, what remains are the clean and streamline designs of the final products.
Here, we take a look at 20 design executions by The Minimalist Society that are based on this simple (yet highly functional) design adage of Muji-inspired homes.
3. Being minimalistic and sleek looking, tracklights are a great way to light up the activity areas.
7. If you would like to maximize your space in the master room, consider sleeping on a futon! During the day, you can easily pull out and unroll the futon to make space for other activities during the day. This is exactly what Japanese do to have very empty and open spaces in their rooms.
13. Muji living is also about having less chores and more time to yourself. If you enjoy cooking, you will definitely want a fuss-free kitchen design. We design these Muji inspired kitchens to be not only aesthetically pleasing, but of low-maintenance.
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19. Nothing makes a bathroom more inviting and peaceful than having a soothing colour scheme. Stick to a neutral palette of greys, white or earth tone colours. Having a shower in a calm and cosy environment can be the best tonic after a long day of work and stress.
A Muji-filled home is one that is soothing and calming for everyday living. It is therefore not difficult to see why many Singaporeans are drawn to it. Having a home well designed that complements the Muji lifestyle is the first step to achieving it.
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The Minimalist Society is a brand that focuses deeply on purpose and social good for our society at large. We do so by crafting experiences that makes people’s lives simple through interior design. We have been featured extensively by renowned online portals, in print and on screen, such as The Straits Times, Business Insider, Lianhe Zaobao, The Business Times, Singapore Home and Decor, Lookbox Living, Houzz, Cromly, Qanvast, Vulcan Post, Yahoo and MM2 Entertainment Singapore. At Team Minimalist, simplicity is a goal, a work style, and a measuring stick. By leading a life of purpose, our home owners can embrace only on the things that will add to the mission of significance and ultimately living their best story.