minimalist bedroom

intentional spaces

Having a clear and comfortable living space makes life approximately one million times better. The benefits of coming home at the end of a long day and actually enjoying being in your space cannot be overestimated. 

A satisfying living space comes from a combination of filling it with joyful, functional items and, most crucially, removing objects that aren’t adding anything. Only by managing both of these can you end up with a space that relaxes, inspires and improves your life.

99% of us can improve the way our space functions, so we spend less time doing pointless chores and more time living. Why don't we? We're often so used to our own living spaces that it can take a little help to figure out what is and isn’t working. Nothing I say or show you is going to make your bathroom magically clean itself, but with little creativity - and, let’s be honest, by chucking some stuff out - we can eliminate a good proportion of those ‘moving things to clean around them’ type chores, and generally make your home a nicer place to be.

I've got lots of tools planned to help you manage and find joy in your own living space, but meanwhile there's an ever-increasing exploration of my intentional home journey on the blog. I hope you'll take a moment to click through and find out more.