minimalist decor in modern living room. / sfgirlbybay

you don’t require a lot of art to make a bold decor statement. minimalism can actually speak volumes and draw your eye in immediately. so say perhaps you’re on a bit of a budget when it comes to adding artwork to finish off your look — you can do that by simply buying one really impactful piece, and grow your art collection from there. or, you can simply leave it as is. i have just one really large print hanging above my sofa and i love it. i do adore a gallery look, too, but i think these rooms make a statement, but very minimally and it works.

bold minimalist painting on white wall. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist bedroom with framed art over the bed. / sfgirlbybay

black and white minimalist art prints. / sfgirlbybay

black and white art in minimalist space. / sfgirlbybay

black and white framed art print and gold wall sconce. / sfgirlbybay

bold statement making art print on wall. / sfgirlbybay

oversized minimalist art print. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist art gallery wall in dining area. / sfgirlbybay

large graphic art hung over desk. / sfgirlbybay

large statement art print on bench. / sfgirlbybay

vintage painting printed on canvas hung on black wall over desk. / sfgirlbybay

modern minimalist statement art. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist bedroom decor with oversized floral art print. / sfgirlbybay

modern minimalist living room with black and white art. / sfgirlbybay

dark painting in gold frame in minimalist space. / sfgirlbybay

• photo credits in order of appearance: the design files; Barbara Trautmann, Song I via galerie thomas; fantastic frank; the line; fran parente photography; Patricia Miyamoto Architectural Design; emma hos; @sfgirlbybay; Bold Abstraction Wall Art from anthropologie; my unfinished home; frenchy fancy; fantastic frank; architectural digest; atpatelier; vtwonen; PENNY FARTHING DESIGN HOUSE Torryburn-Loop print; hannas room; pampa; vtwonen; domino; 1st dibs.