4 Minimalist Home Décor Brands That Will Streamline Your Organization

I’m on a mission to streamline my home. I’m constantly on the hunt for home décor and organization that will help minimize clutter and help keep my home tidy. With a 4-year-old, this isn’t always easy. But the past few years have seen an influx on minimalist home décor brands that offer just that exact solution. Streamline your home and organization but keep it aesthetically pleasing. Here are four brands I’ve discovered and loved for simplifying my organization and day-to-day.

Open Spaces

I’ve been coveting all of Open Spaces’s products for awhile now, especially this perfectly pink entryway rack. If pink isn’t your jam, it’s also available in cream, dark green, navy and light blue. I love its streamlined products with clean lines and functional design.

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Dims.

This relatively new brand was created with a goal to transform great design from aspirational to accessible through a new level of quality, transparency and affordability for discerning consumers. Blending clever functionality with versatility, every piece in the collection is thoughtfully designed by fresh, forward-thinking talent and made with the highest-quality materials and the finest environmentally friendly, non-toxic finishes. 

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Yamazaki Home

Yamazaki is proof that home essentials don’t have to be ugly. From trash cans to remote control caddies, this brand offers super-sleek and minimalistic solutions to everyday home décor. We have so many of its organization and storage solutions, and they’ve been great. I especially love how seamlessly they blend into our décor.

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Vitsœ

I’ve been drooling over Vitsœ’s shelving system for months now. If we owned our home, I would invest in one in a heartbeat. Vitsœ has actually been around for more than 60 years with a goal of making furniture that is better, not more. It has consistently stood up to a world that has favored new over better. Its solution was to design and make furniture that lasts for generations. 

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram