Most minimalism enthusiasts are probably already familiar with Marie Kondo, the minimalist maven responsible for writing the hit book, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and hosting the Netflix Show “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.”
For those not familiar with Kondo, she’s an avid promoter of reducing the number of miscellaneous things that take up space in our homes and our brains. Thanks to her thoughtful philosophies and techniques, people far and wide have become inspired to cut the clutter in their lives and only keep items that “spark joy.”
Given that so many people have found success using Kondo’s clutter-reducing methods in their homes, it makes sense that the minimalist authority is now offering us thoughtfully-designed, sustainable products that we can use to apply her life-changing principles to our outdoor spaces.
But even if you’re no minimalist, it’s hard not to love this line, which is as beautiful as it is functional. Check out a few of our favorites from the collection below.
The first step to a beautiful outdoor space is ensuring you have a proper place to store and organize all of your beautifying tools. Made of heavy-gauge cotton canvas with copper rivets, this 20-compartment wall organizer will ensure all of your favorite tools have a stylish home.
Speaking of tools, a proper trowel is among the most important tool for any gardening endeavor. And while there are certainly cheaper trowels out there, this gem, hand-forged by a father-and-son team in Japan and comprised of steel and solid wood, is built to last, so you may never need to buy another trowel again.
Thanks to their bamboo composition, these gloves are as breathable as they are useful. Bamboo fiber tends to keep your hands cooler and drier than other common glove materials, like nylon, so they’re great for the hot summer months. Plus, they come with cushy foam latex over the palm for maximum comfort.
Know you want an edible garden, but not sure what to plant in it? Then start with this special collection of seeds, featuring traditional vegetables from Japan’s Kansai region. From Kamo Eggplant to Kyoto Red Carrot, these little seed packets will yield you endlessly delicious rewards.
Don’t have a garden to dig into? No problem. Plant your botanical babies in this matte ceramic planter to give them the presentation that they deserve. Made in Light & Ladder’s Brooklyn studio, the matte ceramic planter, complete with a drainage hole, was designed by carefully peeling away small layers to create the sculptural piece you see before you.
Craving more inspiration? Check out our Tipbook full of curated design ideas for all different styles and budgets.