Revisiting this bonus @theminimoilists episode with the wonderful @caseyleighwiegand and her story of saying Yes in a season of financial uncertainty. I (Eryn) learned a lot from this episode and was super inspired! Check it out to hear a story on FLOW and leaning into your gifts and joys! (Link to listen in profile or on iTunes!)
I LOVE this facial cleanser. It is so gentle (hence the name), smells delicious, and makes my face feel so clean and earthy. I got to ditch the old stuff and continue knocking out the toxins. It feels good to give my body what is deserves. 🙌🏼
If you're wondering if the creators of Streamlined & Simple live a life that is #streamlinedandsimple , the answer is yes. Of course, like anything in life, it takes time, work, dedication and adjustments. On the #SimpleHome blog today, Jessie is sharing her personal story to a simplified home. Link is temporarily in the bio 🖤
Culled our recipe box. I still prefer a physical recipe to a digital one, especially as I try to cut down on screen time once the evening begins. I was able to get rid of a lot of recipes that are more complicated than we prefer or that include ingredients we usually limit at home.
Love this shoot from Homes & Gardens with our Khamir Cubes Patchwork Kantha Quilt in organic Kala cotton. It was featured in the January issue, but we think it looks rather summery, don't you? So it feeds rather neatly into our current Summer Bedroom Obsession!
Is there a million things you would like to do? I feel like that, because I'm so passionated about life and all the beautiful things I would love to do or try out. There are many benefits to a minimalistic lifestyle....so even though days can get busy especially when you have kids...I have had time to read books, time to exercise more regularly, travelling and get back to a more creative mode again. When you do the things your actually love then automatically you grow and you become a better version of yourself, well most of the time anyways 😉 I hope simplifying will benefit you so you can enjoy more of the things you love. With smile and simplicity, Kristina x
I rarely share any other part of our house but our 'banana plant' corner. But this tiny space is surprisingly one of my favorites. You see, function and decor come together nicely if you ask me. It's too small to go all Pinteresty and style it, but the elements we need to place shoes and hang coats are chosen to give it that mix of simplicity, design and a bit of warmth which we both love so much. The only thing I would love to change is the color of the door...hot pink maybe? 🙄
Feeling a little down in the dumps today and needing a little pick-me-up. I'm thinking this blend is going to do the trick. I will keep you posted in my insta story. ✌🏼🌿 ----------------------------------------------------------All of this is in it that lovely starter kit too. Woo woo!
These cotton bols are of organic Kala cotton, or Old World cotton. It's an indigenous, drought-resistant species of cotton grown in Kutch, NW India, supported by the Kala Cotton Initiative. This was set up in 2007 to provide the declining number of local hand loom weavers with a reliable, local and sustainable source of raw material. The Initiative links the farmers and the weavers, thus insulating them from fluctuating external market values and creating social value. We buy all our Kala cotton fabrics from this organisation, which we then use to make quilts and cushions. Photo courtesy of Khamir.org.
I always wanted to hang small paintings on the space adjacent to the large painting to add interest to the wall in my living room .. a few weeks back I got interested in plates after I saw trumatter's feed and a video on how it can be hung easily with a DIY !! So here I am trying my luck ...for beautiful plates by cyahi ! #wallplatesftw
It's London, it's super summer hot at 34 degrees! So today we are enjoying the cold water in our bathtub, the cold white wine in our fridge and sweet red pieces of water melon in our garden. What do you enjoy when it is amazingly summer hot? 🥂
Continuing here our obsession with polished concrete floors (see previous posts), and combining it with a new one - for summery bedrooms!
Casa Tiny is located on the Oaxaca Coast in Mexico near Casa Wabi, an artists’ retreat founded by Mexican artist Bosco Sodi. You can rent it through Boutique Homes, although, as the name suggests, it only sleeps 2, in this one gorgeous bedroom!
Repost from @dwellmagazine via @gessato