Minimalist spaces are thought to be black and white, simple and with strict lines but this apartment in Taipei, Taiwan, is not like that. Designers from Ganna Design decided to make the apartment colorful and full of joy. The partitions were reduced and replaced with flexible boards to be used as doors. Overall, the apartment became light and open with layers of neutral furnishings punctuated with pops of color. Overall, the color used was a neutral gray, which sets the tone of the space. The gray pairs well with the neon green door and fluorescent orange mirror in the guest bathroom. In the master bedroom, a custom cabinet painted in aquamarine provides plenty of storage space and becomes a focal point in the room.