Swathes of tapestry fabric drapes the furniture; bustling patterns in complementary yet contrasting colours. A hoard of greenery, collections of plants scatter the surfaces, behind them a collection of paintings and photographs tacked to a wall. The shelves, too, are … Continue reading CLUTTERCORE VS MINIMALISM
Clean and sparse apartments, white furniture, pale wood surfaces, clothing rails with just enough items for everyday life. Things clearly laid out, neat and precise, desktops in flatlay style, each thing with it’s own purpose, value in every piece. Walk-in … Continue reading MINIMALISM & MAXIMALISM: MORE SIMILAR THAN YOU’D THINK
Nights get a little brighter. Lately the skies wait a moment longer before the blackness descends over the rooftops. Birdsong sounds earlier. We feel a little better when the weekly news has one positive story among the bleakness. We tap … Continue reading THE MINIMUM WEEKLY #6
A perfectly organised walk-in closet, the walls a clean white, hundreds of possessions lined neatly. A bold entryway, lined with art and textiles, each item with aesthetic or personal value; that feeling of being cocooned with beauty and importance. Luxury … Continue reading MAXIMALISTS, MATERIALISTS, HOARDERS: WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?