Introducing Taeillo, the Perfect Furniture Option for Minimalists

Growing up in the 80s and 90s, Saturdays were the best! The aroma of Moimoi and Akara from the kitchen, the booming voice of the Telly Match commentator, the Cadbury Breakfast Show cartoons and other sitcoms were the highlights of our morning; it was like a reward for the work to come. We used to look forward to Saturdays since we didn’t have to go to school and there was an opportunity to play. However, on the other hand, those mornings were incomplete until we finished our chores.

Even though we had other famous chores like laundry, the main chore was cleaning. It was tedious and often supervised by our parents, who made sure we did a good job. The supervision was as important as the efforts we made for the cleaning because the living rooms were complicated and animated a lot; the 3 voluminous seats and up to 4 single sofas, the chair covers, the large central wooden table, the vintage cupboards used to store special kitchen utensils (plates, cutlery, tea cups and saucers), the shelf solid wood for electronics, box TVs, valance(a decorative wooden board usually built over the curtain trimmings with a recess for the frames) etc As I remember it at the time, the elderly were quite complex in their setup.

Unlike the complex lifestyle and setup that some of us have grown accustomed to growing up, it’s quite interesting to see that some Generation Z and Generation Y (people aged 22-45) are consciously and unconsciously embracing the minimalist lifestyle. This subtle culture is visible in every detail of their lives, as they love simplicity and style. We see these attributes manifest in the way they dress, the decor of their homes, the gadgets they use, the car they drive, the places they relax and their general outlook, to name a few. cite just a few.

Essentially, a significant number of people around the world are gradually embracing the minimalist concept. With this concept, our homes don’t have to be complicated and filled with non-essential items.

According to the New York Times, minimalism started in the art world and even though this concept has been around for quite some time, it is gradually becoming mainstream in Nigeria and parts of Africa.

A minimalist believes that less is more and therefore leads a simple but decent lifestyle. For many people, embracing and living this concept is circumstantial because its profitability has made it grow considerably over time – it goes without saying that minimalists love the finer things in life and are content to pay less. Typically, this group of people make deliberate efforts to buy and own only the things they need and are prone to asking questions such as: Do I like this? Can I do without it? will I use it? And is there a cheaper alternative? If the object has no purpose, then you don’t need it; however, this is easier said than done.

Understand the increase in demand for everything minimal, taeilloa furniture and lifestyle brand has embraced the minimalist concept to craft elegantly designed functional furniture using materials sourced from across Africa.

A perfect minimalist living room setup will have some or all of the following pieces; A sofa, side stool, coffee table, wall frame, ottoman or side chair, flower planter, center rug, ornaments, console, cushions and tie sofa cover in accent colors for those who love the visual. rhythm. If you like it, buy it.

Stay in touch with your truth. Taeillo offers that and more. Follow Taeillo on @taeillo on Instagram and @tribu_taeillo on Twitter for more information.

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