Now-a-days choosing to live within the minimalism movement is becoming more and more common. The fact that you get rid of everything you don't need not only looks more atheistically pleasing but it could also improve your mental health.
Minimalism isn't about throwing away rubbish, it's about living with less to gain more. Living with less materialistic items to allow more space for experiences and connections with other people. Becoming a minimalist can really open your eyes to what really matters and you could find out what is really meaningful to you. There are obviously different extents to minimalism, why not start with just your bedroom? Get rid of everything you don't use or need.
The most one might go is to have a bed and storage for clothes, however, this doesn't mean you have to throw away your TV and night table. Take it slow, after all it isn't just a choice, it is a lifestyle.