Jasmin and Ryan Manning’s Palm Springs home is a lesson in curated style. From the statement wall paper, to the minimal trinkets from their travels together that decorate their shelves, to the neatly stacked photography books, their home manages to be a reflection of themselves while maintaining the minimal aesthetic they prefer.
The couple spends at least two months of the year travelling, so they’ve learned the importance of a “less is more” lifestyle. “We not only have a sweet appreciation for where we call home, but also find that simple-living is the key to our home-happiness,” notes Jasmin. While each room in their home has a different look, it all feels cohesive through the use of Mid-Century furniture pieces in each room. “We fell in love with the west elm Mid-Century Collection and couldn’t stop ordering more and more pieces to accentuate our space. We started with just one piece, the mirrored acorn stand in the hallway, upon the news of closing our house. It was a parade of orders following to create the space we wanted, which ties the overall style of the home together,” Jasmin says.
Jasmin and Ryan run their photography business, The Monocle Project, as well as Jasmin’s blog, Five For may, out of their home, so creating a space that provided daily inspiration and reflected their personal style was a must. “It’s of high important to us to love the space we are in, a space that reflects our minimalist taste and clean-edge style while still allowing creative expression,” says Jasmin. Take a tour of the space below:
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