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The Basic Principles of Minimalism, According to an Interior Designer

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Photography: Render courtesy of Rae Abigael Caacbay of made by arc interior design studio (main) Interior Designer: Rae Abigael Caacbay of made by arc interior design studio

Minimalism has been around for a long time, but many are still enamored by this movement that highlights simplicity and cleanliness. What's appealing about it is that it doesn't only deal with spaces, but when done right, it can also change the way you think about needs and wants.

If you're looking to begin your minimalist journey, we've spoken to Co-Founder, Creative Director, and Head Designer of made by arc interior design studio Rae Abigael Caacbay to help get you started with the basics. 

Check out the video below:

Need more minimalist tips? Go through our article "Things to Remember When Creating a Minimalist Home."

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