10 Minimalism Tips For The Home Interior

The modern minimalistic style is one of the most popular interior design concepts Calgary homeowners can’t help but admire. The true aim of minimalism is to simplify using only the necessary, the essential, and the fundamental. The result? A nice and neat, sophisticated home that makes a profound statement! Here are some tips on how this lovely interior look can be achieved:

1. Keep only what you need and find good use of, then discard the rest and break-free from endless clutter. You’ll be surprised how useful can be beautiful too!

2. If you’re working on the living room, let the space be and put in pieces corresponding only to the room’s purpose. Let go of extra items that do not have a functional purpose. Same goes with all the other rooms of your house.

3. Minimalism entails having ample storage space to keep things looking tidy and organized. This does not mean you can hoard kitchen or dinnerware, and stack things up. Just keep what you need and will actually use then give what you have left utmost care.

4. A fine piece that holds history or has a story behind it, like vintage finds, fills a room with a lot of character. Its beauty is more than enough, such that additional decor isn’t even necessary.

5. It’s best to observe symmetry when putting in furniture and everything else. It gives a clean appearance and well-maintained place where almost all things match.

6. The colors or patterns on your walls can serve as decors itself, without having to hang any more accents that will only make walls and the entire room look cluttered. Stick wall murals with unique designs or come up with your own masterpiece.

7. Decorate with textured items. Laden your flooring with a tassled rug, place a knitted throw blanket over the sofa, or drape a frilled lace curtain in the backdrop.

8. Potted trees, plants, and floral arrangements can make the distinction for they perfectly complement the minimalist space.

9. Hang an image that represents something or means a lot to you, or set an unforgettable gift as a centerpiece. Decorate with those that make you smile whenever you see it. On the other hand, it doesn’t always have to be sentimental, as long as it invokes positivity and lifts your spirits up.

10. Lighting fixtures can be utilized as decors too by allowing its brightness to prop up a room’s personality! It may not be even necessary to have a lamp or light fitting incorporated in your interior design concepts Calgary. Simply let daylight pass through your windows naturally and embrace the warmth.


In this special episode, we discuss with popular podcast host Tom Merritt one question: “What is the difference between Science Fiction and Fantasy? “ With answers from authors and podcasters at Balticon 47, we try to help define the two different, yet similar large genres of Speculative Fiction.

We hear from the great minds of Myke Cole, Paul E. Cooley, Brand Gamblin, Veronica Guigure, P.C. Haring, Starla Huchton, Bryan Lincoln and Scott Sigler.
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A panel from Balticon 47 discussing the Braided Novel format. What is a Braided Novel? How are they compiled?

Panelists are:

  • Brenda Clough
  • Kat Otis – @kat_otis
  • Patrick Thomas – FB/PatrickThomasAuthor
  • Charles Gannon – @cegannon1
  • Moderator: Iver P. Cooper

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This month we talk to special guest Brian McClellan. His new book, Promise of Blood, comes out on the 16th in eBook, Hardcover and audiobook formats! We had a great talk about the book and the process of getting that book to what you’ll see (or hear) on the 16th!


Promos from Andrew Mayne’s Knight School and The Roundtable Podcast.



This month’s Audible picks:


The Ghost Brigades Midnight Rising: John Brown and

the Raid That Sparked the Civil War