Minimalism has been gaining in popularity for the last few years and, of course, had a spike thanks to Marie Kondo. You may not know what to get a certain someone because they live minimally and have adopted the Nordic lifestyle of “slow living”. But think of it this way—minimalism is about spending your time, energy and resources with people that you care about the most and tapping more into an analog world opposed to a digital one (no offense, taken). Minimalists usually gravitate towards items that serve a purpose, are well made, and typically are devoid of a lot of distracting details.
We've picked out what we think would be great gifts for the person in your life who is trying to make room for the more important aspects of life. From Japanese candles to help you unwind at the end of the day and a simple notebook that inspires contemplation to a storage table to help reduce clutter. Just ask yourself before gifting for that minimalist on your list, “Will this spark joy for them?”
Stylish Gifts for
the Minimalist in Your Life
Logo unstructured hat,
$25 by Simple Shoes
SCS coffee carafe set,
$50 by Kinto
$28 by Mazama Collection
A notebook that only gets better with age. And yes, it’s scented with the signature fragrance of Le Labo.
Santal 26 scented notebook,Le Labo$55 by
Stadium Loopback cotton-jersey blanket,Reigning Champ$110 by
Rain rolltop,Stutterheim$125 by
Storage table,Yamazaki$120 by
Safety razor,Bevel$49.95 by