Going minimalist doesn’t necessarily mean eliminating as many things as you can from the home – it could very well mean keeping what you need, and keeping them chic while functional. For a tidy space rife with as much personality as purpose, consider these accoutrements for the home.

Resident’s Carousel sofa

Archetypal, from $76,720

Dust pendant lamp

OVO, $1,400

Menu’s Willmann vase

House for Goodies, $790

More Sleep porcelain teacup and saucer

kikki.K, $185

Tim oak chopping board

Broste Copenhagen, $305

Muses Clio vase

Ferm Living, price upon request

 

 

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