I'm going to take you all on a quick style Home Tour. It'll be fun. I'll break it up into a couple of posts.
Everyone loves to see other people's style, or lack there of.
I am learning more and more about the benefits of minimalism everyday, and it just reaffirms my desire to eventually live this type of lifestyle. It's not just about living with less stuff. It can include your perception of food, health, the way you think, the way you love - everything! That does not mean do all these things minimally - to me, it means living a more holistic, natural, whole life.
I would love to have a modern minimalist home designed for my family someday, you know, the ones that look like boxes, but are affordable and sustainable? Yeah, those. Some people consider this style to be cold. I however, LOVE this style. It feels clean and uncluttered, simple.
...but that's not really a feasible option at this point in our lives. Someday. And those photos are nothing like what my house looks like right now! I took these photos a few months back - but now we're in the middle of packing and my house is tore up!
Without further adieu - Welcome!
Okay, so that was the master bedroom and bath. This house was built in 1967, and has had some minimal upgrades since then by our landlord. Just wait for the kitchen home tour photos - flashback central to anyone alive in the late 60's. Avocado green, anyone?!
I'm co-hosting a linkup with Kate and Kara, next Tuesday March 5th, "Dogs are Babies, Too!" So if you're a dog mom - or any other kind of pet mom - feel free to come back here, here, or here, and linkup with us!
"Tell us a story when you shamelessly babied your pet at great expense and/or effort. Think: buying overpriced clothes, making homemade treats, surrendering 3/4 of the bed to your four-legged friend, that sort of a thing."