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12 Picks From Casa Selma That Will Instantly Make Your Home A Warm Minimalist Haven

Add more character and warmth to your minimalist space by welcoming cozy touches


More than a year into the pandemic and we’ve probably made numerous changes within our homes, all in an effort to make our personal haven much less suffocating and more comfortable instead. Not that our homes aren’t tailored already for that homey feeling—however, being stuck indoors for quite a long time can give everyone an intense cabin fever.


Minimalism has been a favored design as we get cooped up, and continue to be compelled to decluttering and Marie Kondo-ing our spaces, but staying faithful to this concept could have a deafeningly quiet and drab after-effect, rendering spaces at home clinical or antiseptic. While there are some who prefer a sleek and pure look, those searching for that warmth and “lived in” vibe but still prefer the minimalist theme would benefit from the recent growing interior design trend.





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Called Warm Minimalism, this idea sticks to that elegantly bare finish. However, it’s essentially focused on giving that homey, cozy, and warm atmosphere rather than being immaculate. It lingers on an orderliness but remains centered on putting “life” into the look.





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It’s become quite big on social media, especially with Korean vloggers flaunting and inspiring people with their beautiful warm minimalist nooks at home like Haily Hills (@hailyhills), Slow Ri (@slowri), Park Ji-Hyeon (@dallstyle_designer), and Yoon Hyun-jae (@younhyun_official). A quick scroll through their accounts offers instant motivation to cop their spaces’ looks!



If you haven’t hopped on the trend and want to give it a try, there’s always a place where you can start. Luckily, Cebu-based designer Vito Selma recently opened his newest business venture Casa Selma. The furniture brand, which evokes Filipino culture with their designs, injects novelty into the familiar—as the shop is described. From their pieces' names which are inspired by history to the tastefully-created items made from local materials, Casa Selma is perfect for those who want to switch to the latest interior design trend.