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A Minimalist Wardrobe at Home

Minimalism is slowly becoming a solid trend. It has become the anti-thesis to a world of unfettered materialism and consumerism. While the philosophy of minimalism is commendable, not many are ready to embrace it. Besides, and it’s not meant for everyone. However, you don’t have to embrace the entire movement to get started and reap its benefits. Adapting some little minimalism practices at home can make a big difference in your life.


Minimalism is slowly becoming a solid trend. It has become the antithesis to a world of unfettered materialism and consumerism. While the philosophy of minimalism is commendable, not many are ready to embrace it. Besides, and it’s not meant for everyone. However, you don’t have to embrace the entire movement to get started and reap its benefits. Adapting some little minimalism practices at home can make a big difference in your life.

Timeless principles

Minimalism is not really something new. Some principles are timeless. For example prioritizing quality over quantity is a minimalist idea. Many have the idea that minimalism is about being a cheapskate. Quite the contrary, since minimalism strives for quality, people who embrace it perhaps even spend more on some stuff. Let’s take a look at a couple of concrete examples.

The real cost of fast fashion

Fast fashion has become a trend in the industry the past few years. Designers in the fashion industry design and manufacture clothes and accessories that are highly affordable and easily disposable. However, that practice has a high environmental cost. It’s enough to open your eyes and read about how many clothes get thrown out or in second-hand stores and charities. The supply is overabundant that they have to ship all these old clothes abroad.

Quality over quantity

Minimalism has a counter movement. It is buying clothes that are of high quality and with a simple yet evergreen design that can ride the tides of the ever-changing fashion industry. It may be more expensive to buy one top quality dress suit than 10 low-quality ones. But it’s worth it. Another is buying a pair of top quality casual shoes that can be worn for several different occasions and often times during the week instead of a dozen fancy ones that you rarely use.

A better home

These are just a two out of the many examples that minimalist practices can have an impact on the quality of your home life. You can do the same for bags, towels, curtains, bedroom linen, and decorations, fixtures and furnishings, toys, and other stuff around the home. The ones you don’t need or rarely need, share them. Lesser things mean lesser clutter at home. Then start filling again your home with things that truly matter. Like love, laughter, and simplicity. Not with stuff.

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Jeff is a full-time family man by day and a multipotentialite by night. When not writing for Domobase, he's usually creating music, learning new skills, or working on his businesses till the wee hours of the morning.