Category Archives: Abundance

Modern Minimalist Living…Now

What We Surround Ourselves With Matters.

Colour, nature and minimalist intention for what is now.

The need to clean up your rooms and live with less to increase your comfort in day to day living has always been key to modern minimalist living. Now…  this need for your home to rise up and deliver, has gone from real and strong to real-er and stronger? Continue reading


Biophilia is defined as the aim to bring as much nature inside as possible. The effects of nature’s qualities on health are not only spiritual and emotional but physical and neurological. So why not create a holiday table that celebrates nature? Alongside fabulous food, wine and conversation, nature will play its role in enhancing your overall health and humanity. Continue reading


The word primal evokes the idea of basic essentials, something that’s intrinsic and elemental. Kitchens today, are often an open-concept affair with the dining/living room all within view. There is often an island that serves as a workstation and for entertaining ~ sometimes at the same time. This kind of kitchen can be the beating heart of your home.

I wrote a couple of weeks ago about this colourful time of local fruits, vegetable and flowers all around us, making this THE perfect time to focus on your kitchen, to engage in easy entertaining.

Here is the post in case you missed it.

Some things to consider:

  • make displays of loved utensils
  • consider sturdy shelves laden with a mass of plates and pans ready for action
  • take a door or two off the upper cabinets and openly display collected pottery you use on a regular basis
  • incorporate warmth with slabs of wood, marble or stone ~ even in the form of serving boards
  • other materials such as zinc, and handmade tiles feel less finished and do not stay perfect over time, which adds to your kitchen charm.

This is really about thinking of your kitchen as a workshop!

I encourage you to follow the ideology that an intentional environment can liberate individuality and your potential. The space you create is meant to foster a relief from the external pressures of daily life. So consider the materials, the colours and any added details you use as a reflection of you personal story.

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