5 decluttering hacks you never knew you needed

Keeping your homes as fresh and tidy as possible is a dream for all homeowners, but unfortunately, it can be quite a challenging task. So to make things easier for you, we’ve come up with 5 decluttering renovation hacks that you never knew you needed to know:


1. Crowded media walls

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One of the most common cause of visual and physical clutter in any home is a crowded media wall design. When you overdesign a small part of a wall just to feature tons of accessories on it, the end result kind of deviates from what you might have had in mind. So it’s always good to go with simple material cladding with zero design features on top to make it seem ideally un-cluttered.


 2. Simple accent wall features

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 If simple paint seems like too straightforward an option for you, then you better come up with an accent wall design that is just as plain. You can create interest with material contrast but the overall design needs to be as simple as possible. The suspended cabinet in this image is a great example of how you can follow this technique.


 3. Extra crowded kitchen countertops

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Another major culprit for creating clutter in a home are overcrowded kitchen countertops. This is why you must always make this space as compact and as decluttered as possible. Go for closet cabinet doors, in-built appliances and creative boxes and utensil hardware to keep things as organized and out-of-sight as possible.


 4. Plain furniture choices

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The furniture is one of the most important parts of any home interior design, but if you want to make your spaces seem as neat and clean as possible, it’s always great that you choose furnishings that are as simple in design as possible.


 5. Lighter colors

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Lighter hued walls and furniture are decidedly more easy-going then bold colors and stylistic furniture. The lighter tones add a breezy, spacious quality to the whole space, which is excellent for enhancing the neat, uncrowded quality of your interior designs.


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