Hello! Come on in. If I could make you a cup of tea I would. We could sit down and talk about minimal interior style all day. I've talked about my decluttering and my love of minimalism but I wanted to actually show you what all that looks like in real life. So, I thought I'd give you a tour of . . .
Take a look at my Instagram and you'll see that I love to travel. This is nothing new, I've always suffered from the desire to wander but lately, what I take with me has changed significantly. I take so much less. Maximising my luggage allowance always seemed like the the necessary thing to do . . .
If you're living with someone who doesn't share your values for minimalism, you have my sympathies. I've been there and it is so frustrating. You've seen the light but they won't listen, they won't respect our new found ways, they even make fun and tell us we're ridiculous. The last thing we need on . . .
So you want to be a minimalist? Well then, you’d better get rid of everything you own, stop attending any social events and basically move into a cave with the two items of clothing you have left. Wrong. There is no ideal minimalist to aspire to—owning or doing the least does not make you . . .
There is something alluring about a capsule wardrobe, a small collection of quality items that compliment each other and are so versatile, you'll never have one of those, 'I have nothing to wear' moments again. After purging the majority of my wardrobe which you can read about here, I became . . .