a fresh start to 2 0 1 9.
by victoria comment


minimalist low-profile daybed with pad and blankets. / sfgirlbybay

and, we’re back! happy new year everyone, and thank you so much for allowing us a bit of time off to refresh our brains and feed our souls. i hope you all had a lovely holiday season! i thought we’d get right back to it with a clean slate. i’ve been decluttering and getting organized for 2019 — how about you?  it always feels so good to get rid of what i no longer need and to start the new year fresh (i found donating to my local women’s shelter downtown is a great way to do it!). you not need to get rid of everything but as the book (and new netflix series!) The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing instructs us, it’s important to purge and once you do (if you follow her KonMari Method) it will help you clear your clutter and enjoy the uniquely magical feeling of a tidy home — and the calm, motivated mindset it can inspire. but even if you don’t into go full-blown cleansing, simplifying your life can feel really, really good and even if taken in baby steps is a great way to change old habits and give you a chance to reinvent what you might not like about yourself, or your home. i was inspired by these clean, uncluttered spaces and hope you will be too. let’s restore ourselves together — with less useless stuff and much more of what’s important and brings us joy.

modern daybed with white pad and lumbar pillow. / sfgirlbybay

mid-century modern living room with daybed sofa. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist white-washed bedroom. / sfgirlbybay

zen bedroom decor. / sfgirlbybay

tidy hallway with wall storage. / sfgirlbybay

wood bench with hairpin legs. / sfgirlbybay

unique book storage under handmade bench. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring 2019 zen home decor ideas. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist kids bed. / sfgirlbybay

vintage art prints on picture ledge. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist bedroom with washed linen bedding. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist living room with high ceilings. / sfgirlbybay

minimalist home with stacked magazines and dried floral arrangement. / sfgirlbybay

incense burning on ceramic stand. / sfgirlbybay

• photography credits in order of appearance: nina plummer’s home via decor8; brook holm photography for architectural digest; Lovisa Häger’s home via @inredningsfotografen; riad 42 by britney gill photography; alvhem; milk magazine; gemary; kelley burnett; carolina walls’ home via in bed store; nina plummer’s home via decor8; carolina walls’ home via in bed store; rebecca bartoshesky; remodelista; indie home; @connie3000; alvhem; @connie3000; @passerbuys; @han_house; Jess Goehring’s home via domino; @sophie__y; @saarmanche; nina plummer’s home via decor8; @saarmanche; in bed store.

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