Minimal cool dining room

Interior style: Minimal cool


Create a look that captures the minimalism and simplicity of Scandinavian design with the added twist of cool, crisp tones of blue and green.


1. A new table released at last year’s furniture fair in Milan, the Delta has a striking design and can be extended. The table is complemented by the Gamma chair with its matching base.


Minimal cool colourful rug

2. Chinoiserie, mixed media on steel 1200mm x 1200mm, by artist Simon Wilde.


Minimal cool green bloom chair

3. Bloom lounge chair by Kenneth Cobonpue. Also available in club chair size.


TOP TIP: This winter, move away from traditional warm winter tones and mix it up with bright whites, bright lights and happy shades that will keep your spirits up all winter long.

Minimal cool glass bar

4. Glass bar trolley.


Minimal cool bardot blue couch

5. Bardot sofa by Bernhardt Design. Also available as an armchair and in a variety of colours.


Minimal cool wood magazine holder

6. Magazine holder.


Minimal cool chrome pendant lighting

7. Karim Rashid’s Nafir pendant. Designed and made in Italy, the shape is derived from its original meaning of a small Persian trumpet.


Minimal cool colour AzureMinimal cool colour GreenteaMinimal cool colour IndigoMinimal cool colour Watergreen

8. 9. 10. and 11. Murobond’s technically superior paints meet the highest environmental standards.

Colours shown (in order): Azure, Greentea, Indigo and Watergreen


Minimal cool cognac glasses

12. Cognac glasses, set of two.

Minimal cool oak timber end table

13. Ralph Lauren Saugatuck Geometric End Table, in solid oak timber.


Minimal cool blue glass vase

14. Blue glass vase.


Minimal cool oak tallboy

15. The Arne Vodder tallboy was designed in 1959 and features Arne Vodder’s trademark organic drawers.


Minimal cool green rug

16. Royal Wool & Cashmere Company hand-knotted custom rug number 551 in wool and silk.


Minimal cool walnut dining table

17. Vero solid American walnut dining table. This contemporary piece is the latest design trend.

By Linda Delaney
From Home Design magazine Vol.16 No. 3