One of my closest friends have a gorgeous bathroom.
The main point: Italian shower. For those of you who might not know what an Italian shower is: picture a closet. Now a walking closet. Ok. Now, picture a shower. The Italian shower is the walking closet. I know!
I love it! I think one can feel a bit claustrophobic while taking a shower but not in these.
Then she opted for a minimal grey decoration, very spa-like. And last but certainly not least, she has a bunch of plants in the bathroom.
Outside the shower, inside the shower, facing the window, facing the mirror. You name it.
It does not look overwhelming at all and looks so natural.
I mean the whole atmosphere, the humid air, the little drops of water running in the shower, the splashes in the sink, all the products smelling amazing… Then when you look at the plants – they just seem to be where they belong.
It is amazing.
Unfortunetely I don’t have pics from her bathroom but I found several ones that pretty much translate this whole vibe I am talking about.
I hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Do you have plants in the bathroom?
Courtesy of Pinterest
As you may know from my previous posts, I have been all about minimalism.
Last week I stumbled upon this website that is all about having a “with less” lifestyle.
So far, I was all about this “less is more” vibe in what concerns beauty, fashion, decor but I never really gave much thinking about a “less is more” lifestyle.
So when I discovered BeMoreWithLess.com, not only I got introduced to this new way of living, but I loved reading how to adapt it and the benefits it would give.
The last post I read there was “11 Surprising Things About Becoming a Minimalist”:
1. You will be friendlier.
2. Silence is more appealing.
3. You’ll make better decisions.
4. Happiness becomes a decision.
5. You can go without.
6. Live a healthier lifestyle.
7. You can buy when you are ready.
8. Simple is sexy
9. You can be more confident.
10. Develop a personal style
11. You can be open to uncertainty.
Curious? Read more there!
I am all about constant improvement in life, and I truly believe that it is important that we get inspiration from places like this to learn or at least be reminded of the small little things in life.