Japanese Minimalism, with its simple and unpretentious style, supports the idea of having things you "really" love in your living spaces and is inspired by Zen philosophy.
We have things in our living spaces that we attach meaning to just because we have them. If you think it's time to get rid of things that have meaning for no reason and you want a new look and refreshment in your living space, you must meet Japanese Minimalism.
Today, when the modern age has begun to re-evolve back to the deep-rooted philosophies of the past, this approach can be summarized with the phrase "Less is more". Ludwig Mies Van Der Rohe, who created a very effective architectural line with this approach, draws the framework of why minimalism appeals to today's people. If you are interested in this approach that blends experience and creativity, you can also refresh your living spaces.
If you have designed your home as an overcrowded environment for many years and over time this clutter has started to squeeze your soul, you should liberate your spaces with a minimalist approach. You can "integrate" this serenity into your life by creating a simple space with elegant parquets and wooden furniture in light colors inspired by nature, and then adding richness to your living space with small accessories.
If you think that simplicity reflects elegance and emptiness reflects a mental splendor, it is up to you to make this approach your focal point. Starting in your living space can be the first step on the journey your soul will take.