Minimalism: what we really need
Minimalism is not just an interior style, but rather a way of life. If you want to set yourself up in minimalistic style, first declutter your home and your life. Lots of people are trying to live consciously and sustainably due to dwindling natural resources and sensory overload from social media. By purchasing just a few products of high quality, you can reduce your overall consumption.
Minimalistic kitchens: Plenty of space for creativity
You can declutter your living space, but creating a minimalistic kitchen represents a whole new challenge. After all, there are so many brilliantly practical kitchen aids and decorative elements that can assist with preparing food and even cooking. As such, you should conduct an inventory: How much of your kitchenware do you use? Which dishes actually end up on the table? And do you really need those culinary-themed artworks above the worktop? Many kitchens contain objects that never get used. They rob you of space and distract you from what is essential. The solution: clear out your kitchen, leaving only the items that you actively use. These can be stored in a few well-sorted cabinets.
Stick to the essentials when it comes to your kitchen fittings, too: for cooking, you only need an oven, a refrigerator, worktops, and a sink. Simplicity does not necessairly stand for standard configuration. It's worth considering multifunctional equipment of high quality. Like a hot water mixer tab that will save you the additional water kettle and so forth. You get the idea.