Mostly a white palette; polished white quartz floors and a glossy white ceiling. Then there is the clutter – no room for clutter and uncluttered access to views. Once you are in this ultra minimalist apartment, you leave stuff behind.
Wayne Turett of Turett Collaborative Architects, considered a white quartz stone floor to open up the ceiling space. Christopher Coleman, interior designer, utilized furniture to the bare minimum for the 3,400 square-foot apartment, on the 39th floor of the Olympic Tower, in New York City.
Brilliantly bright white. It’s beautiful! But where to place the ugly stuff? It requires non attachment to clutter and a ‘chilling out’ minimalist approach. You wish stuff becomes invisible and it seems to matter less. That’s a kind of minimalism we can appreciate.