Minimalism at affordable prices. ?
Having a minimalist home can be healthy for the entire family. When each room feels put together, has neutral tones and consistent clean lines, we can think a little clearer, and feel less anxious.
While the pursuit to minimalism is definitely a journey, picking up various home decor items that fit the bill is a great step towards it. (Tip: For every new item you bring in, get rid or donate three of the same kind.)
Believe it or not, you don't have to splurge at West Elm or One Kings Lane to find this type of decor. Walmart, one of our favorite destinations for affordable items actually has some incredible pieces we adore. Plus, tons of Scandinavian-inspired furniture items that practically scream simplicity. Who knew?!
We rounded up some of favorites available right now.
These are perfect in a kids room to keep toys out of sight or in the living room for extra storage. Instead of keeping blankets on your couch, drape them over one of these for a cleaner look.
Wall decor can be tricky sometimes, but when in doubt, keep the colors simple. This black and white print won't take away from the rest of the space, but adds enough decor to spruce up a room.
This console table would look great in an entryway! The natural wood and black accents are clean—just make sure not to overcrowd it with items. We love the idea of using storage boxes to keep clutter at bay.
We love a versatile chair that looks beautiful, too. Have a few of these for your dining room table, office, or just as extra seating in the living area.
If you want a pop of color in your little's room, but still stay simple, go with a clean striped rug like this. The shade of blue isn't over the top and will match well with natural wood and white features.
How beautiful is this piece? It's perfect for storing away those items you have but don't want on display—like books, extra place settings or guest room sheets. It'd also be perfect as a TV stand, too.
Instead of cluttering the walls with paintings or decorations, a simple wall hanging is a great alternative. It'd look beautiful over baby's crib or two above the couch.
Instead of having a bulky couch, go with a simpler sectional. It has plenty of space for the entire family and coverts to create a large bed. Perfect for snuggling or having family in town.
We're obsessed with this waterfall coffee table. It's perfect enough for just the necessities and won't tempt you to store a million items and books on top. Plus, the acrylic material will make the entire room feel more airy + open.
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