Minimalist Room Tour 2018

Minimalist Room Tour 2018

I decided to show you what my room at home looks like since I’ll be moving in a few short weeks! πŸ˜‰ You might recognize some things from my last room tour.



I’ve had this desk since I was little, but about a year ago I painted it pink (it used to be white). This is where I do most of my studying…as you can see by my textbooks! The poster above my desk is The Kiss by Klimt, by the way. And on the other wall you can see a bit of my postcard collection.

Lamp: Target

Poster: Target

Trash Bin: Container Store


This chair was my first furniture purchase with my own money…lol. I made the vision board last month with my dear friend Natalie!

Chair: HomeGoods

Pillow: Target

Blanket: HomeGoods


As for my bed, I’ve significantly reduced the amount of throw pillows because they were honestly just a hassle and not comfortable to lay on. It’s much easier to make the bed in the mornings now.

Wall Textile: Target

Body Pillow: Target

Quilt: Target


This little piece of furniture is one of my proudest finds. I snagged this nightstand for $8.99 at a thrift store! πŸ˜€ I don’t always keep flowers near my bed, but I treated myself to some $5 roses from the grocery store because I was feeling pretty blue last week.

Coaster: Anthropologie

Yoga Mat: Manduka

Salt Lamp: Kohl’s

Candle: B&BW


My windowsill keeps some of my sentimental objects that I like to display. I have my fan and DalΓ­ print from Spain, and a figurine my dad gave me for my graduation.


I keep my mirror in the corner for the best lighting (and there’s my space heater friend for cold winter nights).


Here’s a peek into my closet…meticulously organized because I am a neat freak!

That’s all for my room tour. I also want to add that although I still consider myself a minimalist, I do enjoy having some meaningful decorations in my room. I know when most people think of a minimalist room, they think of blank walls and a mattress on the floor. That’s not really for me, and more power to those who like that look. Having my room be completely stark, colorless, and empty would not be comfortable for me. I think minimalism looks different on everyone and at the end of the day it’s less about the stuff itself and more about living the life you love. πŸ™‚

Thanks for reading! I’ll be sure to post a new room tour once I get moved into my new place. πŸ˜‰



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