So the big rage now is to declutter. They say to only own 100 things. They say it is life changing magic to tidy up. I have no doubt there is truth to that. In fact, I have purposefully avoided reading the New York Times best seller next to my bed that is apparently a turning point to simplify your life. I just love pretty things and constantly have a vision of where my “stuff” will go in my great big beautiful home of the future.
While I don’t often promote minimally modern homes on my blog, sometimes I need to take a step back and appreciate the beauty of clean lined design. Simple and refreshing spaces can give your home the tranquility of a spa, and who wouldn’t like that? Have you ever been to a froo froo spa that felt relaxing?? I can see the desire for the feng shui life, but could you cope without all your fun treasure troves? Here are some classically clean lined homes that I could embrace as a “simpler” way of life.
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Clean lines design in this living room by Madeline Weinrib via Elle Decor.
A sophisticated kitchen with open shelving and shades of gray by Windsor Smith.
A chic and streamlined space via Veranda.
A truly timeless bathroom with an exposed pedestal sink. Via AD
Meg Ryan used a minimalist approach to her Martha’s Vineyard home. Via Elle Decor
A contrast of black and white stairs in a Hawaii home by Geoffrey Beene. Via Veranda
Happy low key design throughout this airy home. Via Derring Hall
A classically neutral and sharp lines kitchen with the most intimate fireplace. Via House Beautiful
Industrial windows make any space have a modern ambience. Via House Beautiful
An chic white kitchen full of pep via AD.