Simplicity is always very eye-catchy and it has become a trend in so many industries like fashion and even food. Over complicating things is a waste of time and material with no extra benefit. Just because something is simple does not make it boring. Keeping it simple is an art and it is sophisticated on its own. Given below are a few ways where simplicity is still winning the game.
In your home
Homes with less furniture are the most comfortable ones to live in. It also reduces the feeling of claustrophobia and makes the area seem more roomy and attractive. If one wants to add colour then you could simply paste an elegant wall paper or a designer curtain to one’s hall. And if it is the kitchen one could place a glass splashbacks in Sydney and it also be customised to your liking.
Even the washroom needs a modern twist in the simplest way. The latest trend nowadays is to install frameless shower screens in Sydney as it is gives such a complicated yet minimal look to your washroom. It also makes it look a lot more spacious.
In the fashion industry
If you are fashion designer and your main level of expertise is in shoe wear, then the ramp models need to wear a simple outfit with less or absolutely no jewellery at all. It is because in this way the centre of attention will go to the foot wear. So this is another place where simplicity stays winning. Designers hate to over complicate stuff because the audience only gets a couple of minutes to absorb the attires of the runway models.
Even when it comes to make up, the make-up artist plays with the strength of the person’s facial structure and does not make it look to gaudy. Either they make the eyes look flashy or they add colour to the lips and make the eyes subtle.
In the food industry
As we all know, when it comes to fine dining the plating is always kept very minimal because this makes it easier for the person eating to experience every single flavour in the dish to its fullest. If too many ingredients and spices are used then the dish becomes a whole mess. But with simple and a few ingredients people can now make stunning 3 Michelin star meals. It is all about choosing the right ingredients to keep the balance. Quantity does not play a role here and it is the quality of the dish that matters the most.