For years, the minimalist style has crossed the walls of our homes to recreate and emphasize the beauty of the minimum. This style, which has come and gone, is a trend that still exist today and is very strong. Expressing balance, harmony, elegance and practicality are some of the objectives of this style that, on many occasions, may seem somewhat cold as it is simply based on the design of the minimum, but Blues Simon Group explains how warmth and comfort can be provided to this style.

The term minimalism was first used in 1969 by Richard Wolheim in an art magazine article. In the sixties, this concept was so revolutionary that it broke with the classic style that characterized the rooms at that time to give birth to white, bare and large walls, decorated with objects in their most minimal expression, simple.

Since then, this concept has been used and developed so much that we have been able to observe a great variety of ways of expressing minimalism from the points of view of multiple professionals at different times. We will talk about minimalism from a home point of view, based on the concepts developed by our partner Blues Simón Group, an architecture, construction and renovation company in the province of Alicante.

It was in the 90s when minimalism experienced its maximum expansion and since then it has not abandoned us, imposing its basic principle: less is more, comfort is based on simplicity and excessive decoration is never an option to contemplate.

The Blues Simon Group look admires minimalism as a way to promote ecological constructions, even applicable to luxury spaces or designer homes. To continue within this logic, Blues proposes opened to the outside rooms, which allow natural light to flow, charged with a necessary warmth in the home.

Following the minimalist line of environmentalism and sustainability, Blues Simon Group always recommends having natural materials both in architectural fields and when choosing the integral decoration of a home. Stone, terracotta, wood and natural fibers are the materials that characterize the minimalism proposed by our partner, suggesting that we forget about artificial and excessively plastic finishes.