Minimalist Home Inspiration


“Declutter your mind, your heart, your home. Let go of the heaviness that is weighing you down. Make your life simple, but significant.” ― Maria Defillo

Designing a simple life isn’t as boring as what others think. Aside from being clutter-free, minimalists are also inspired and motivated on how they could make this minimal lifestyle more fun and aesthetically pleasing.

Let us give you a quick boost of home inspiration to try this season!

Grey Tone

Cosy yet modern grey space is one of main design elements of every minimalist out there. Its classy, cold and clean vibe makes it the go to home inspiration. The grey and black accent screams prominence and sleekness. 

Pink Tone

Feeling girly and minimal? Who said you can’t be both at the same time? Spice up your space with a tint of chic pink. Subtle pink helps your home looks a bit livelier and filled with romantic softness as you gaze and relax at home.


Warm tone

If you’re a country girl and just want to feel warm inside your minimal home. These instagrammable worthy inspired homes are definitely for you. Adding a little warmth should not mean adding more ‘things’ but can mean adding elements of copper, wood and warm toned fabrics. Look at how the wood makes a major statement!

Minimalism is a lifestyle principle, but everyone has a different way of how they want to apply it in their lives.

Remember, less is more, but it doesn’t mean less color or vibrance. It just simply means less of the unnecessary and more of what is important & of greater value. 

Minimalist homes don’t have to be plain, whitewashed and empty. Look at these beautiful homes for inspiration!

Simple Joy was founded by Hayley Forster, a Professional Organiser & Stress Management Coach. Hayley is an advocate of intentional living, with a passion in helping others simplify their lives in order to find their ideal lifestyle full of contentment, creativity and authenticity!

Free 5 Step Guide to Decluttering Your Home!

Many people enjoy decluttering because it relieves stress by providing a sense of control and accomplishment. For others, getting rid of the junk frees up a little extra space in the house that wasn’t there before. Some people may just need to purge before they move to a new house. Whatever your reason for decluttering your home, our guide will help you through the process.

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