- November 29, 2018 at 4:58 pm #706ChelloParticipant
I’ve been married to my husband for six years now, and he has been more than amazing to me and the family.
When we were dating I noticed he didn’t really like a lot of interior decoration, he is the type that loves keeping everything very simple. However, I ignored this then, thinking he is is probably like that because we were not married yet, and single people are meant to keep everything simple since they don’t have a family yet.
However, when we got home six years ago and then bought our own house, this was when I realized the extremity of his minimalism. He made sure he was highly involved in the decoration of our new home. You are probably thinking the designs were all exotic, and all? Hell No! He made sure the designs were highly minimal. Everything was painted white, floating staircase, and more minimal things. In fact, just a few family photos were hanged for decoration, no trinkets or even souvenirs at all.
It’s so minimal to the extent that if you are entering our home for the first time, you would never guess we already have two kids. Everything was just looking too simple! When I complained about it, he only smiled and told me: Why place so much value on stuff?
I was really pissed, and all I wanted to do was to just change the whole decoration while he is away on a trip or something. Lol
However, I refrained and didn’t do that. As a matter of fact, I’ve grown to start living with minimal décor, and I love it.
My husband has taught me that the values of life should not be placed on pieces of stuff, but should rather be placed on experiences.
You must be logged in to comment on this topic.