A great mind once told me that making an effort to have less than 100 things visible in your home at any time would not only declutter your aesthetic but also your mind! The idea: have less, be more! The “Simple, Practical Home” (a perfect name for this interior up-do) reminds me of this notion. It makes the most of a relatively small space by utilizing built-ins, floor to ceiling windows, thoughtfully placed mirrors, and defining illumination. The structural beauty allows for a reduction in the need for other objects, all of which are thoughtfully chosen to break up space while providing a place to rest, eat, work or entertain.
Designer: Taipei Base Design Center
( H/T: Yanko Design )