No matter what style is trending right now, minimalism is here to stay.
We can sum up our love for minimalism in just a few words: it's simple, it's tasteful, and it transcends trend. These 20 pieces of furniture embody understated style and have the power to balance out any room with a dose of refinement.
Inspired by 1920's and 1930's design, this daybed is big on charm and functionality.
$695, abc home
Think — and place items— outside of the boxes with the staggered shelves of this contemporary bookcase.
$145.99, Mercury Row
The sleek geometric form of this dining chair by Saba is balanced by the h, pale velvet. Saba's furniture is handmade using materials from responsibly managed forests or reclaimed and salvaged sources.
This crystal acrylic stool is practical as it impressive. The shatterproof frame includes a foot rest that can also be used as a magazine rack.
The subtle pattern and the faceted legs add character to this minimalist consol table.
The honed brass and black glass make this cocktail table a glamorous but minimalist accent from a brand usually known for it's bold-and-big designs.
$1,995, Jonathan Adler
Perfect for a contemporary home – this nightstand has a high gloss veneer top, sleek polished steel base, and non-marking foot pads.
Brooklyn furniture company VOLK tackles colorful minimalist design like no other. Their St. Charles desk features bleached ash veneer with a solid ash, marble, and inset leather tabletop.
$5,800, VOLK Furniture
The first piece of furniture ever launched by the Venice-based home essentials brand, this mid-century bed frame designed by Chris Earl for Parachute is no doubt a bedroom fixture you'll keep forever.
$2,500-$2,700, Chris Earl for Parachute
Just as laid-back as the Australian beach town for which it was named, the Byron arm chair pairs Ferrari batyline mesh with Indonesian teak and a sleek structural brass runner at the base.
$945, Harbour Outdoor
A double-sided lounge sofa sounds pretty complicated, but this polished design couldn't be more relaxed. Upholstered in camel-colored fabric, the palette and shape are effortlessly cool.
Contact for pricing, Amy Somerville
With geometric legs and a gilded metallic finish, this small but glam piece works as a bench, a foot stool, or even a petite bedside table.
$230, Safavieh via Gilt
This multi-tiered bar cart is a simple spot to craft your most complex cocktails. It's made from stunning natural walnut wood and a distressed brass.
Contact for pricing, Desiron
The Amore Mio, or "my love," is truly a special chair. No, seriously, it's one of only sixteen in the world, so scoop it up while you still can!
$6,380, Jon Goulder
Going on a mission for the perfect coffee table is real. Look no further, this iron table design is sturdy, stylish, and will totally work with whatever design phase you might be in at the time.
$730, Safavieh via Gilt
Whether you style it in your dining room or entryway, this quartz stone hexagonal table exudes style.
$1,918, Modern Relik
A contemporary Vietnamese design, the Kalmar sofa boasts hand-smoked reclaimed wood and beautiful industrial finishes. Plus, the extended side table is the kind of design detail we live for.
An antique gold leaf frame delicately holds up a clear tempered glass top.
$357, Joss & Main
Avandi's signature design, the AdapTable works either on its own or in small clusters to create a multi-layered coffee table.
$500, Avandi via Tictail
This modern interpretation of a French dining chair is made even more chic with a luxe gold finish.
$795, Jayson Home
With a mineral calcite top and antique brass pedestal, we can't think of a prettier place to style plants, books, or pottery.
$987, Modern Relik
A nod to the classic Jens Risom design, this wood-and-leather bench warms up any entryway or perfectly punctuates the foot of a bed.
$1,295, Jayson Home