The Desire to Simplify
Many of us are overwhelmed by the stuff that surrounds us, or drained by constant decision fatigue as we attempt to replace so-so items with new things that aren’t totally right. The objects we live with influence our energy, shape our emotions and affect our general wellbeing, so it’s important to scale back to what we love.
We strongly believe that integrating design with wellbeing can restore a sense of balance to our busy modern lives. This requires selecting the right pieces as well as making the design process as efficient and enjoyable as possible. We do the exhaustive research because we are passionate about it, and so you don’t have to. We scour the globe and the vast interiors marketplace to offer a concise, expertly edited collection of quality products from non-core brands and other overlooked resources.
Warming Up to Minimalism
Living with less doesn’t mean having a stark, cold or uninviting home. The Ronen Lev approach centers on soft, warm minimalism, inspired by the clean organic lines of Scandinavian design. In this approach, natural materials and human touch interact with pure shapes to create a soothing, comforting atmosphere. Every item reflects our penchant for soft minimalism — a warm, inviting and modern aesthetic that serves as a perfect antidote to mass manufacturing.
“Interior design is about so much more than choosing furniture. Good interior design is always about more than the way things look (although that is certainly an important part of the toolkit). It is about making sure the human experience is prioritized when we build. It is about human happiness and well-being. It is about making life better.” Ilse Crawford