Mondays are always a little better with a dose of inspiration, am I right?! And there’s no better place to go for that than Kinfolk. The Kinfolk Home book is a tome of wabi sabi interiors, rich in texture, warm tones and perfectly placed vintage pieces. My copy’s pages are already well worn.

As we get ready to move into our house, the book is also the perfect reminder to be patient. It is about slow living after all. There’s no need to rush. This is going to be the house that turns into our home over time. It’s going to be all about creating a collected feel. And if my interiors are slow, maybe my life will feel slower too? A girl can dream.

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My favorite thing about these spaces? There’s room to breathe. You’re not inundated by stuff, over-powered by any one color or weighed down overdecorating. A space should be designed for how you will interact with it, not how your stuff will. That’s certainly going to be my minimalist mantra moving forward.

We’ll have to wait and see how well I stick to it. I’m might have a tough time considering I already found all these sweet Kinfolk-inspired treasures I’d gladly snap up!



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photo 1 by pia ulin via yatzer  // rest by jonas ingerstedt

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  1. I want to move into that first picture! That staircase is gorgeous.

  2. I love this simply minimalistic style! Gorgeous selection!!

  3. this is really nice and effective blog for Decoratin , i found lots of information in this blog and sites for commenting is best

  4. I love the simplicity and your selection of each item. Everything is in harmony, it feels like home. Good job.