In this post I detailed why I believe the concept of minimalism is utter BS. But what I do believe is that you can take your home in a more minimal direction without completely removing everything.If you're in a similar
I love reading about trends. I love it when forecasters predict what's coming up, I love seeing them hit stores and I love seeing how people interpret them in their homes.It's the latter category that often intrigues me most. It's all very good and well for a forecaster to tell us that a Nordic theme is on the way, for example, but it doesn't always mean we want to adopt the look.
Many of the decor and design spreads you see in magazines today display a stripped-back scene with minimal clutter - and rightfully so. They're styled and shot this way so that you can see the 'hero' piece they're trying to sell or the
You know I love showcasing the Real Rooms of readers, Creatives, and today's edition is a real show-stopper. Relaxed and casual, the living room of Laura Downie comes to life through its use of minimalistic design and unique furniture pieces. Let's take a closer look inside, shall we?