best of: live simply.
by victoria comment


best of: live simply. / sfgirlbybay

do you ever wake up and wonder what it might be like to live more simply? not exactly move to the woods and live a rustic existence, but some semblance of that? just a few belongings that truly mean something to you and the domestic basics you need to get by — a cozy bed, a bath to soak in, a comfortable reading room, books — naturally. all the simple comforts of life. sometimes i think if we had less things then we’d be more apt to love those things we do have much more — treasure the little luxuries instead of wishing for more. these rooms give me that zen kinda vibe and i think i could get there by discarding rather than adding and that’s kind of a refreshing idea for a change, isn’t it?

rustic wood headboard with book storage. / sfgirlbybaysimple modern living room. / sfgirlbybaysimple dining area with white walls and chairs. / sfgirlbybaysimple white washed dining area, / sfgirlbybayshiplap sunroom with modern furnishings. / sfgirlbybayinspiration for living simply. / sfgirlbybaymason jar with kitchen brushes. / sfgirlbybaysimple and modern dining area. / sfgirlbybaywhite washed desk area. / sfgirlbybaywhite washed dining area with vintage furnishings. / sfgirlbybaysimple bohemian modern living room corner. / sfgirlbybaywhite walls with white sofa and art. / sfgirlbybaywhite washed arched desk area. / sfgirlbybaywhite wall with simple art and bench. / sfgirlbybaysimple white-washed bathroom decor. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: aestate studio; urbanite; rue magazine; kinfolk magazine; light locations; black white silver brown; vtwonen; maison empereur; vtwonen; homebase collections; hitta hem; the dashing rider; @countryroadliving; remodelista; atelier rue verte; raw ideas; daniela spector; remodelista; still inspiration for elle decoration; leanne ford interiors; fine little day; casa de sao mamede; @inspirationbylau; tappan collective; john derian.

One response to “best of: live simply.”

  1. This post reminded me of a book I read recently called “Goodbye, Things.” Check it out if you’d like — it’s a good read on living simpler with less.

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