What minimalism means to us

In our world, minimalism means having only what you use, need and love – no more, no less.

by | Jun 21, 2021

Minimalism means very different things to different people. For some, it conjures up images of a stark white room with nary an objet in sight, let alone out of place. For others it may suggest a closet filled with rows of white button-down shirts, pencil skirts and sensible shoes.

In our world, minimalism means having only what you use, need and love – no more, no less.

Here are some tips on how to achieve minimalism and create well-edited spaces in some of the most fraught areas of the house:

In the kitchen

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In the closet

Only buy clothing that will coordinate with what you already have (like grown-up underoos!). The easiest way to do this is stick to an overall neutral color palette with pops of color to keep it interesting. My wardrobe consists of black, white and beige with my favorite colors (red and emeral green) as accents.

 

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Decorating

Instead of buying new artwork when designing a room, frame your kids’ (or your own) artwork in matching black frames or eclectic wood frames and hang them instead. Or dig around in the attic for discarded art pieces and give them new life in a different space. 

Combine your own belongings with carefully selected new pieces. 

 

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