It is through home - a slow living - that we find and build really strong relationships with ourselves and other people. However, while living ‘essentially‘, our homes should represent the heart of our values. In this way, a home isn’t just a physical, in-the-flesh structure, but also a structure based on our persistent reliance.
There is a seeming effortlessness in the reality of slow living, which takes many different forms of our beliefs, aspirations and foundations of our deepest values.
It exists in moments of contentment - for instance - when you’re all gathered around a table for a shared meal and you commit to the pleasure of that present moment for the sake of its simplicity - the quality of being unpretentious.
Slow living isn’t about luxury rooms of spectacular opulence or tasteful richness of elegance. The design does not need to be perfect to be peaceful and friendly. It is taking pleasure from the simple yet wholesome things in life-when coffee in the morning is not just a habit but a favorite ritual and in this favorite morning moment, you do value the pieces you have that carry meaning, function, and subtle style. Less is more.
Generally speaking, the slow approach in design is to remember the importance of the simple act of living (colour and texture matching) but also to remember that less of a style is more of a deeply personal mentality (clutter clearing renovation).
Its the extraordinariness found in small, simple spaces that don’t compromise on our quality of life ( starting from scratch to build a new structure that reflects your values ) but yet the function of our homes that dictates the way we decorate them, not the other way around (treating your home as a canvas with blank walls that allows the mind to fill the gaps).
This blog is intended to help each and every one of you to find your own way to be fully present in your environment. To live happily, confidentially and creatively. To bring joy and coziness to your everyday life.
With such easy and minimal touches, you can create the most comfortable shelter one wants to spend time in.
Make your home an oasis. This is your base, your favorite place. Your beginning and end to each day.