Minimalist House Tour: Simple and Functional Command Center

Minimalist House Tour - simple & functional command center

Last week I shared how to create a simple, centralized command center to help tackle paper clutter and simplify your life. Today I thought it would be fun to give you a detailed tour of my own simplified command center. And show you exactly how I put the steps I suggested to create your own simple command center into practice in our home. I often find it helpful to see real-life examples of organizational systems in people’s homes. Not only does it give me ideas and inspiration, but it’s also just fun to get a peek inside other people’s homes! Be […]

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Minimalist Bathroom Tour: Simplifying to Make Life Easier

Minimalist bathroom tour - simplifying to make life easier

As I said in my playroom tour post, I love seeing inside other people’s homes. Not just what you can see as a guest on the surface. But a really deep look at how their home is organized and functions. I especially love checking out people’s homes who are pursuing a minimalist, simplified lifestyle. I find it so inspiring, encouraging and interesting to see inside their homes.  In keeping with that, today I’m giving you another peek inside our home with a minimalist bathroom tour. Your bathroom is a great place to start decluttering If you’re ready to start decluttering […]

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Minimalist Playroom Tour: Creating a Simple, Playful Space

Minimalist playroom tour - creating a simple, playful space

I always find it interesting, helpful and inspiring to see how minimalism looks in other people’s homes and lives. Kid’s stuff and toys often seem to be one of the biggest hurdles many families face when simplifying and decluttering. Today I’m sharing a tour of our simplified, minimalist playroom to show you what minimalism looks like in our home. And hopefully, give you some inspiration and encouragement to tackle the toys in your house! **This post contains affiliate links. Click here for our full disclosure policy.** Our version of a real-life minimalist playroom Minimalism will mean something different to each […]

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