Comfortable Minimalism

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Beauty is important.  It makes you feel good.  It makes you happier.  It brings you peace.  This is true in the world around you and in your home environment too.


We need the shelter that our homes provide.  But think about how you feel when you walk into your home.  What happens to your energy and your mood?  Does your home make you feel as good as it could?  Does it support the quality of life you need and want?  If not, why not?  What should you do to make a change?


These are important questions, because the answers affect you and your family every day.


With inspiration from my new book, Comfortable Minimalism: Create a Home with Plenty of Style and a Lot Less Stuff (paid link), you can start making your home more beautiful and welcoming right now, even if you have no money to spend.  Experience more open space, more natural light, and easier home care.  Choose and display the items that bring you most joy.  Make small changes for a big impact.


Learn how to do a home tune-up, how to undecorate, how to make the most of fewer collections, how to fix your areas of biggest complaint, and how to start with a clean slate.  Discover the colors, details, and signature touches that matter to you.  From slight tweaks to a completely new look, Comfortable Minimalism is packed with ideas and projects that will make your home the stylish haven of your dreams.


I love learning about decorating styles and creatively decorating my own minimalist home.  And it's always a privilege to discuss with someone else how they might update and improve the way their home looks and works for them.  It has been a lot of fun for me to research and write Comfortable Minimalism, so I'm almost sorry to finish the project.  But I'm very excited to finally share it with all of you, so I hope you'll head over to Amazon and download a free sample today!



Photo by Alexandra Gorn on Unsplash

Comments

  1. The book looks wonderful, and great timing. I just purchased a copy with my Kindle Summer Rewards points. Can't wait to start reading.

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