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Staging Minimalism- Less is More

Updated: Sep 29, 2021


One of the staging trends to watch is the move towards minimalism. Stagers are increasingly leaning towards a less is more approach. Clients seem to be embracing this look in large numbers. Gone are the days of layers, texture, filling every corner, pattern mixing and vignette story telling. Though these techniques still have their place, more and more stagers are leaning towards simple, monochromatic furnishings, simple art and minimal decor. Just like minimalism in other aspects of life, today’s modern stagings are focused on creating spaces for a collective exhale, embracing nature and elegant ease. Minimalism isn’t just for modern homes. It’s a trend that works for numerous other styles including farmhouse, industrial, coastal and transitional. In many of these stagings the only decor you might find is greenery- realistic looking greenery. Minimalism as a design style is defined by clean lines, reductive living, uncluttered, monochromatic and simplicity. Serenity and simplicity that does not overshadow the design of the home. Sometimes the style direction is only subtly referenced in the art or type of texture that is introduced.


About the Author

At the forefront of her career, Tiffany Parker had the vision to use her expertise in business strategy and passion for design to create a better world. Parker is the Principal Owner and Founder of Parker Staging & Redesign, a home staging firm committed to using the art of design to transform our community. Parker earned a Bachelor's in Political Science from Howard University, and a Master's degree in Public Administration from Columbia University. She then went on to lead marketing and communications initiatives for Fortune 500 companies like Booz Allen Hamilton and Rexahn Pharmaceuticals. She has also served as president of the Board of Directors of Thrive DC, a meal program initiative for homeless women in the DC Metro area...Click to read more
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