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5 Online Stores Where You Can Shop Minimalist Pieces for Your Home

Achieve an elegant yet simple space you'll love to spend days in.

Photography: Instagram/bytheform, pambahayatibapa

So you've decluttered and sorted out all your things at home. The next step now is upgrading your accessories to fit your new vibe. Mind you, you don't really need much to do so. If you're after a minimalist but aesthetic home, you should be considering home decor pieces that offer a clean and simple look coupled with easy functionality. Who says you can't enjoy a spacious and clutter-free home that isn't stylish? To help you, we rounded up five Instagram shops that will let you achieve an elegant yet simple space you'll love to spend days in.


Here are 5 online stores to check out if you're after a chic, minimalist home.

1. By the Form

Looking for simple yet sturdy furniture? How about double-duty home accessories? By the Form will surely cater to your home needs—all that plus a cozy, aesthetic home. What's not to love?


2. Room Shiro

Over the course of the quarantine, we've become coffee and tea enthusiasts as we try and recreate the warm hug of a cup of joe we love from our fave coffee houses. So, if you're looking for pretty glassware to complement your new coffee and tea station at home, know that you're only a click away, thanks to Room Shiro!

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3. June & July Home

June & July Home understands your need in leading a clutter-free but still a charming home. And so they've made it their job to provide you with home decor and kitchen accessories that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. 


4. Pambahay At Iba Pa

Of course, your place also needs some serious upgrades when it comes to plates and bowls. Here's where Pambahay At Iba Pa enters. Get yourself some plain but never plain-looking ceramics for a more enjoyable and aesthetic eating experience.



5. Hom Accents

Organizing your home should also include a solid plan in arranging your kitchen and pantry. With this in mind, H?m Accents will come in handy. They provide you options of understated and uniform jars and glass dishes that will help you manage your kitchen in no time.


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