As you can imagine, my taste has changed drastically in the last 10 years; between my preferences in fashion, men, food, music, and home decor, I feel so different from my 16-year-old self. Ten years ago, I would have been writing Myspace posts and probably shuffling around my "Top 8" friends, and now I'm cranking out another blog post, thankfully not questioning who my best friends are. While my taste in decor has evolved leaps and bounds, my love for interior design has never waned.
One of the biggest ways I have changed with my decor preferences is that I am drawn to simpler design. Don't get me wrong, I have been a neatnik for well over a decade now, but my style in the past could have been better described as "organized clutter." Now, I find myself more and more in love with a clean, intentional space. I'm not there yet, nor do I think I'm capable of adopting the full lifestyle, but I'm working towards becoming more of a...
Minimalism isn't a novel idea, but the concept has gathered a lot of spotlight in the last few years. At its core, minimalism focuses on eliminating the excess. I'm far from perfect in having few possessions, but I'm working on only bringing items into my home that bring me joy. Here are some photos that prove less truly is more.
Image Credits: 1. WhiteMinimalist via Tumblr || 2. SF Girl By Bay || 3. Love On Sunday || 4. HomeyOhMy || 5. Pretty-Simple via Tumblr || 6. Domino Magazine || 7. Pinterest || 8. Lisa Fontaine || 9. Ultralinx || 10. Stylizimo via Bloglovin || 11. La Garbatella || 12. RawIdeas via Tumblr || 13. My Domaine || 14. Lark & Linen || 15. Nyde ||