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A MINIMALIST’S GUIDE to LIVING a MINDFUL LIFE
  • 02/04





























    Something about these stunning renderings of Dark Zen architecture drew my attention. I'm not sure if it's the tranquil atmosphere or the amazing blend of old Japanese and minimalist styles. One thing is certain: dark zen style creates a beautiful symphony of simplicity and boldness that result in a melody of refinement. Natural materials stand out in the dark and moody palette, while clean lines, low-profile furniture, and dim lighting provide a relaxing ambience. It's form and function working together to create a calm and sophisticated retreat. And I simple love it.
  • 01/27


    Minimalist fashion has long been a polarizing topic, with some embracing its simplicity and elegance, while others find it too restrictive and lacking in personality. Some people are drawn to the idea of building a capsule wardrobe and the simplicity that comes with it, while others fear that their personalities will be washed away by the "basicness" of minimalist fashion. However, there is a growing movement of designers who are pushing the boundaries of minimalism and infusing their designs with unique elements and personality.

    One such designer is Sara Bergman. Her eponymous brand is focused on not-so-basic basics–with each piece carefully crafted by hand in a small workshop in Portland, Oregon. Her designs focus on intriguing cut outs, flattering lines, durability, and freedom of movement.



    Sara's pieces are perfect for those seeking a sleek, modern, and one-of-a-kind look. Her new Bergie Jeans, available in black, cream, and cobalt blue, feature a flattering high waist and wide leg, crafted in a durable denim with just enough stretch to feel as comfortable as leggings. They can easily be paired with a variety of outfits, making them a great addition to any fashion-forward wardrobe. Additionally, the Bergie Jacket, designed to pair with the jeans or work on its own, features clean lines and deep pockets—think of it as a minimalist chore coat.

    Sara's brand has received rave reviews from customers and holds a perfect seller score on Etsy. Her commitment to quality and excellent customer service is evident in everything she does and creates. Not only is Sara one of the few designers making and selling American-made jeans, but she also takes the time to understand her customers' needs and preferences, and goes above and beyond to ensure that each customer is satisfied with their purchase.




    If you're looking for something fresh and unique in the world of minimalist fashion, look no further than Sara Bergman's designs. Her clothing is perfect for anyone who wants to inject some personality into their wardrobe while still maintaining a minimalist aesthetic. Whether you're looking for a statement piece or a versatile wardrobe staple, Sara's designs are sure to become a go-to in your closet, and so I enthusiastically recommend checking out her designs if you're looking for something fresh, unique, and interesting in the world of minimalist fashion.

    Some items you might love:

    Bergie Jeans
    Railroad Circle Dress
    Bergie Jacket
    Daisy Pants
    Hazel Pocket Dress
    Paid partnership © images by Ruh and Sara Bergman
  • 01/23








































    And we're back! A season of living vicariously through images returns and we beging with an escape to the secluded luxury of the Y hotel photographed by talented architectural photographer, Jonathan Leijonhufvud.

    The hotel isnestled in the heart of Nanxia Mountain's Jiyang District in the picturesque city of Sanya. Known for its breathtaking sea views, Sanya offers a unique and exclusive experience for discerning travelers in search of a tranquil and rejuvenating vacation.

    The Y hotel provides a haven of peace and seclusion, surrounded by rolling hills and lush forests, providing a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city. Guests will find solace in the secluded residential setting, allowing them to truly relax and unwind.

    The landscape design of the Y hotel has been meticulously crafted to reflect the natural surroundings, creating a harmonious balance between the built and natural environment — adopting the concept of "simple but spiritual", the hotel offers a tranquil atmosphere that soothes the soul and provides a haven of peace and quiet.

    How's that for a start?

    Lead Architect: Li Hui
    Photgraphy: Jonathan Leijonhufvud
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