Are you a lover of all things minimalistic and simple? There’s quite a beauty when it comes to minimalism, especially when it comes to products. If your home has a minimal style why not match it up with equally minimalist products?

Minimalism in the arts began in post–World War II Western Art, most strongly with American visual arts in the 1960s and early 1970s. Prominent artists associated with minimalism include Donald Judd, John McCracken, Agnes Martin, Dan Flavin, Robert Morris, Anne Truitt, and Frank Stella. It derives from the reductive aspects of Modernism and is often interpreted as a reaction against Abstract expressionism and a bridge to Postminimal art practices.

These minimalist products will be perfect for your home! Take for example a stylish minimal record player, minimal cooking tray, minimalistic tape dispenser or even stylish simplistic lighting ideas.

1. This record player.

You’ll never scratch this baby.

2. This tray.

The offset is the die for.

3. These lightbulbs.

AAAGH those beaming scribbles.

4. This floor lamp sculpture.

Encapsulated by light, forever you’ll stay.

5. This tall pendulum clock.

Ari Kanerva / Via store.luminaire.com

The only model you want to see on Instagram.

6. These circle lamps.

Catellani & Smith / Via store.luminaire.com

Hoops that will meditate their way to your soul.

7. This tape dispenser.

FFFfffup. Skktch. Sharp.

8. This clothes hanger.

Spindle your way into this tapestry.

9. This rug.

Donna Griffith / Via bevhisey.com

The prettiest patterns to have on your face after you face plant into this dreamy bae.

10. This set of lava plates.

Caterina Moretti Ana Saldaña / Via peca.com.mx

Table setting goals.

11. This notebook.

Tan Mavitan / Via trianglenotebook.com

Pleasing to the eye, pleasing to the touch.

12. This mortar and pestle spice grinder.

Immaculate in every way.

13. This bedside lamp.

Aldo van den Nieuwelaar / Via architonic.com

“It’s so… *pretty*. I’m feeling…happy.”

14. This coat hanger.

CHRISTINE NOGTEV AND CHUL CHEONG / Via odetothings.com

The most frustratingly satisfying asymmetrical gap ever to exist.

15. This pod chair.

Alexander Nettesheim / Via alexander-nettesheim.com

Pools of black tar to sink in.

16. This table.

Seung Jun Jeong

Seung Jun Jeong

It’s like your extraterrestrial friend from space.

17. These pendant lights.

Eden Design / Via architonic.com

Levers to heaven.

18. This vinegar flask.

Aldo Bakker

Aldo Bakker / Via wannekes.com

Or a vessel to drink wine from with the Greek Gods.

19. This LED wall clock.

Raunak Narang / Via yankodesign.com

It’s so elegant you could almost time travel through this thing.

20. This dinnerware set.

Finell / Via finell.co

Finell / Via finell.co

Too pretty to eat on. Perfect to caress your cheeks on.

21. This luminous shadow clock.

Poetic Lab / Via poetic-lab.com

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