For minimalists, they need one piece of item that they can show off as a show piece. This is also known as the statement piece, and is found near the entrance of the house. Just with one furniture, a minimalistic look can be accomplished. Perhaps a piece like this can be found in Flipp.
Best Interior Design Store - 2008
Flipp was created for city folk who dwell in studios, in-law units, or cramped one-bedrooms. (The name is an acronym for Fashionable Living in Petite Places.) Owner Dan Kowalski stocks the sort of minimalist, one-of-a-kind pieces that don't demand an extra wing or a sprawling back forty: vases, blankets, lamps, accent pillows, wine glasses, ottomans, candles, and tabletop chests. That each and every item is a gem of eclectic individuality is what makes this Polk Gulch venue so special. There are Indonesian figurines, Italian chandeliers, handmade throws, 19th-century billiard balls, cutting-edge lampshades, a gilt-edged painting or two — even Kowalski's own line of retro-modern timepieces. And the spectrum of textures is so wide-ranging — shag, faux fur, leather, chrome, silk, steel, pressed tin, rhinestone — you're bound to come across something you can't live without. Be sure to visit the lovely, sun-dappled back patio, too.