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A Minimalistic Living And Dining Room Design For You

Those of you who love a living cum dining area that is simplistic in its style, with hidden surprises here and there,  you will love this minimalist design. To find out more, read now!

Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication! This smart minimalist style living room comes to the dining area and spells out the class without a second thought. If you are a young couple, hell-bent on the rule of having a clutter-free living area, and are keen on space-saving this blog is a must-read.

A Brilliant Wallpapered Brick Wall

If you want a hint of rustic touch in your minimalist style living room, a brilliant accent wall made from wallpaper to resemble brick is sure to bring about an earthy feel. Its subtle colour merges well with keeping a minimalist living room style of interior design in mind. Paintings in a set of three add a punch of beauty to this beige wall. 

Here is another simple living room with a TV unit take a look

A brilliant brick wall of a minimalist living room and dining room with accent wall made from wallpaper
A minimalist living room design with a simple entertainment unit against a white brick wall

Also, Read more about Living Room Wallpaper Designs

An Entertaining Entertainment Unit 

Want to hide your TV away when you are not being entertained by it? Well, you can now do that with a push to open an entertainment unit in this combined living and dining room layout. A smart entertainment unit designed with push to open shutter is a smart way to live! Don’t you think? 

Living and dining room with an entertaining entertainment unit with push to open shutter
A gorgeous white TV unit brings elegance into this minimalist living room

Also, Explore more about TV Unit Designs For Living Room

Love For A Library

This idea is one of a kind minimalist living room design idea. Love reading, but don’t want to come across as a bookworm? Want to hide away your treasure so that your books can never be seen so your friends don’t eye them? This hidden library is perfect for you! Your books will now be safe, secure and out of your neighbour’s sight. 

Here is another living and dining room design in a minimalistic way. Take a look!

Living and dining room with a love for library where your books can be safe
A minimalist living room design with wooden cabinets to store away your books and open dining

A Pull Out Bar For Glassware

Love an occasional drink and have a collection of bottles and glassware that you’re proud about? Then this pull out bar with glass shelves will be at your service. Stack away your best booze and glassware in this disguised bar in this minimalist style of living room design as shown in the video.

Here is another living room and dining room design that might interest you.

Living room and dining room combined with a pull out bar for glassware with glass shelves
Lovely dining come living area designed with a brown colour palette brings a warm feel to this minimalist style living room

Recline And Rest

After a tiresome day back from work, all you want to do is sit back and relax. This minimalist living room design in the video here provides you with a recliner come sofa that has an adjustable headrest. Take a seat back and rest!

Small living room with dining where you can recline and rest
A minimalist living room design with an open dining and an L shaped sofa to relax after a long day

Also, Read more about Sofa Designs for Modern Living Room

So this is how a minimalistic living and dining can make you feel complete at home. This minimalist living room design is often preferred by couples who love to save space
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Shreya Bilagi is a content writer at Design Cafe home interiors blog.

Shreya Bilagi

Shreya Bilagi is a content writer at Design Cafe who has a creative and adventurous personality. She has worked in the media for the past four years starting off as a Radio Jockey with Radio Mirchi and later an anchor on television. Her love for dogs is infinite. Art and culture, spirituality, theatre, travelling, Netflix and wine all fall under her circle of passion.