We want to come home after a long day at work and feel at ease and relaxed. Clutter or having too many material things on display can sometimes make it difficult.
One of minimalism’s proposals is to own fewer material possessions in order to free up energy, time, and money to focus on what is truly important in our lives. It also suggests that we pare down our possessions in order to live with less stress and anxiety. In this way, I’m living a quieter life!
Homefulness, on the other hand, is a decorative trend that is concerned with the sensations of pleasure, relief, peace, and relaxation that we experience when we return home. Look for ways to accomplish this through the design of the various spaces that comprise the home.
It is possible to create a home that radiates happiness. Take note that we have provided you with the main keys.
It is critical to create an orderly and harmonious environment. To accomplish this, we can employ two minimalism principles:
- Minimalism understands that accumulating objects in case we need them in the future is synonymous with scarcity because it prevents us from flowing with the abundance that resides within us. As a result, it proposes having only the elements that we truly require and getting rid of those that we do not. As a result, it will be interesting to use basic and timeless textiles in our bedding as well as long-lasting furniture.
- Quality over quantity: By doing so, we will have fewer objects and will find it easier to keep the space tidy. We can reduce our environmental impact by investing in high-quality, environmentally friendly products.
Arriving home and finding all of our belongings in their proper places transmits positive energy and mental well-being. It is critical to emphasize that the goal of order is relaxation. Being flexible with this will be critical to achieving it; otherwise, it may cause us additional stress and frustration. One key to accomplishing this is to try to leave things in their proper places from the start, so that the work does not accumulate, and it is easier for us.
A minimalist principle that can also help us at this point is:
- Good organisation: it will allow us to quickly and easily access what we need, saving us time and energy.
Simplify the style
Style is something personal, and maintaining our own style will lend personality to our home. However, in order to convey relaxation and harmony, the predominant decorative style should not be overly ornate.
- Pay special attention to the decoration of your entrance, as it is the first thing we see when we arrive home (as well as our guests).
- Use fabrics that breathe calm and are timeless in the bedroom, such as our New Jersey collection. You will make this room comfortable and one-of-a-kind.
Use natural materials
We recommend that you use natural fabrics and materials to create a more welcoming environment. Velfont offers a variety of textile solutions to assist you in creating rest spaces with natural tones and fabrics. Plants as decorative elements and furniture with rounded shapes will add freshness and calm to the various spaces.
Homefulness and minimalism can help you relax and feel better while also living in a more environmentally conscious and respectful environment.