Post Holiday Minimalism
Your spaces are politely asking to be recreated and visually displayed with a strong desire to stand as a minimalist for the next season.
There is something extra reflective and visibly seen in the clarity of color and purposed angles that emerge right after that last bit of holiday clean up. It’s like the space has breathed in a fresh breathe of air and is “bowed up” with a new vigor of readiness! Your spaces are politely asking to be recreated and visually displayed with a strong desire to stand as a minimalist for the next season! Boldly spoken as energetic, strong, graceful, rich-in-depth, and highly polished!
So, enjoy the cleared mantles, table top surfaces, and treeless corners. Instead, take this moment to reassess what one wants to display in the upcoming fresh spring season. Did you receive, as a gift, a new accessory or object of beauty? What old accessory, artwork, and/or furniture piece drums up a memory of leftover holiday glitter or celebratory style that needs to be taken out or stored? And, with the furniture rearranged from placement of the tree or extended guests stay….. how is the space or room beckoning newness through the dismantled holiday seating arrangement or seasonal colors? Use this month not only to clean up but to clear out and “see” from a new perspective which will ready the space for spring’s visual lightness…. “minimalist” form of decor and fashion. Like a much needed and new breathe taken within your walls!
Photo credit: Jason Lavongood