I, myself, am also enthralled by this new imagining of lifestyle, as I have plans with my wife to build an A-frame tiny home, with many minimalist approaches taken to limit the space needed to live as basically as we need. We are designing in things like a dining table that folds down from the wall and can be stored upward when not in use, and can be easily transformed into a simple workspace or place to eat. We are also thinking creatively about storage, using the staircase to the bedroom loft as drawers, the angled sides of the A-frame shape as closets, and we’re also cutting down on how much stuff we actually wish to store in our home. This is not the easiest of practices at first, but it is freeing to say the least.
I recently reached out to iHome to feature their iCVBT10 Vanity Mirror, so that I could speak further on the minimalist movement. The iCVBT10 is precisely the types of products that are helping to save space and lessen our environmental footprint. It’s loaded with a dynamic bluetooth speaker, speakerphone and USB charging dock. This mirror is not only eye-catching, but it’s packed full of useful features like a 3.5” removable detail mirror with 10x magnification, bright LEDs with high and low settings, as well as wireless streaming via Bluetooth, a built-in mic, digital voice echo cancellation, and answer and end controls for phone calls.
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