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Our Minimalist Home Tour [Part 1]

This weekend I started watching the hyped ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’ and it was so interesting to see families growing together in their process of tidying up.

Also, it made me realise how blessed I am to have a home that I love, cherish and maintain clutter free.

I’ve decided to share a little bit of our home but this is only part 1 as we still have a lot to get done and fixed. Since we are not the first owners of this house, it takes a little bit of extra effort to make it look more like ours, but I’m enjoying the process of getting it all done, one thing at a time.

Our Minimalist Home Tour [Part 1]

This time I’ll only be sharing the Living and Dining areas since we are still decorating as we go. Plus, we are still getting our garden/veggie patch done, which is taking all our time (and money). So stay tuned for parts 2 (and possibly 3).




Our second hand dining table…isn’t it gorgeous?


And that’s it for now folks. I hope you enjoyed seeing a little bit of it and I’ll be sure to share some updates once we get more things done…

Meanwhile, stay tuned on my Insta for more sneak peeks of our home!

Peace and love,

Larissa x

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  • Reply
    13/03/2019 at 2:12 am

    Are your stairs painted with black chalk board paint? If so, I love the way it looks! Do you use it as a family message board?

    • Reply
      Larissa Tedesco
      14/03/2019 at 1:52 pm

      Hi Kevin, the stairs are actually just painted black and there are quotes in a white pen. It’s from the previous owners but they left us a note there and all the quotes are really cute so we ended up leaving it there.

      Thanks for your kind words. I think a message board would be a great idea too!

      • Reply
        20/03/2019 at 1:43 am

        That is really lovely! Both that they left you a note, and that you’ve kept the quotes. It adds that bit more of a personal touch to your house, I bet 🙂

        • Reply
          Larissa Tedesco
          20/03/2019 at 12:47 pm

          It sure does! And it’s great that what’s left from them is really what we like. Win win!

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