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Exploring a minimaluxe interior

08 Mar 2024

Exploring a minimaluxe interior

Quick-Step Stand: K4
  • Exploring a minimaluxe interior
  • Exploring a minimaluxe interior
  • Exploring a minimaluxe interior
Exploring a minimaluxe interior Exploring a minimaluxe interior Exploring a minimaluxe interior

The minimaluxe mantra is "less is more". This interior trend focuses on simplicity and functionality, while also emphasising highquality, luxurious materials and finishes.

Minimaluxe aims to create a refined, peaceful, and harmonious space that, while understated in decor, is rich in quality and comfort. The aesthetic is often subtle, using neutral colour palettes, natural materials, and discrete luxury details to create an atmosphere of 'quiet luxury.'

The Sénéchal family's home beautifully exemplifies this, where flowers and a rustic fireplace add charm to their modern interior, and warm, neutral shades enhance the harmonious effect of light and space. Additionally, furniture plays a key role with quality trumping quantity.

Instead of multiple smaller pieces, a single, centrally placed sofa in the living room symbolises refined design. Its round contours encourage cosy gatherings, reinforcing that quality time with loved ones is the ultimate luxury.

In a minimaluxe interior, simplicity shines through and so the flooring choice is especially significant.

To visually connect the living room with the dining room, Florian and Margaux dreamed of a seamless floor across the entire ground level.

They chose a herringbone wooden floor from Quick-Step's Disegno collection, adding grandeur to the living space and also easing maintenance worries usually associated with wood. With the patented Wood for Life technology, each plank is treated with a protective layer, preventing dirt and dust from accumulating.

This saves precious time for the family, which is essential with two cats and a toddler at home.

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