minimalism

When you hear someone talk about minimalism, what comes first into your mind?

Is it being in a lifestyle where you must save up on everything? Or is it keeping a low profile in every aspect of your life?

Contrary to popular belief, minimalism is not just about being in a lifestyle where you must save up on everything. Minimalism is also not just about keeping a low profile in every aspect of your life. It’s being in a lifestyle where you learn how to save up for certain things, as well as keeping a low profile on specific things – both of which, if not taken in serious consideration, will only make you spend more than usual.

Most of all, minimalism is about art – the kind of art that is simple, yet sophisticated enough to be considered a masterpiece.

The best part?

This goes especially for those who are looking to have their abode redesigned.

Furthermore:

Minimalism makes you appreciate what’s in front of you even more.

That white coffee table you hated because of its plain structure? It can go sophisticatedly with a monochrome house theme. That grey dining chair you resented because of its pale shade? It can go elegantly with a duochrome house theme. You see, having your abode designed minimally will not only make you use things for better purposes, but also appreciate things you only took for granted.

BONUS: Minimalism makes your creative juice flow even more.

Aside from making you appreciate what’s in front of you even more, minimalism also makes your creative juice flow even more. Whether it’s a small redesign project for your kitchen or a big renovation project for your living room, you can still do everything as per your own needs and preferences.

You can even incorporate a fun design by yourself using only a bucket of paint, as well as employing a certain Becozi arm knitting style to spice things up with your furniture and other aspects of your home.

And yes, however you want it to be…