The Lazy Homeowners Guide To Designing Home Interiors

Whether you’ve got a power career that leaves you very little personal time, or whether you simply do not like cleaning, then you’ll definitely be aware of the struggle to maintain a spic and span home. Yes, they look perfectly neat and tidy in magazines, but the actual process of cleaning all those elaborate wall designs and complicated furnishings can be absolutely harrowing. So today, we’ll be featuring the lazy homeowner’s guide to designing home interiors!

 

1. Be absolutely minimal

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First of all, you’ll need to be absolutely minimal with whatever you choose to incorporate in your homes. You don’t have to overlook style completely, but being as simple and straightforward with your wall accessories, furniture and décor is necessary. It is going to help you enjoy those maintenance-free weekends in the long run by being super easy to clean.

 

2. Use easily clean-able surfaces

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Fabrics are often easier to maintain than powerful surfaces like solid wood and more. So, if it comes down to a choice between a sculptural glass coffee table that’s extremely stylistic, or a beanbag style ottoman and a smart, acrylic coffee table, we’ll advise you to pick the latter. All it takes to clean those is a wipe of a feather duster as opposed to an entire regimen for the former.

 

3. Being practical

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Being practical with your accessorizing and décor is an essential part of creating a home interior that is going to be easy to maintain in the long run. Who needs a large, ornate dresser when you can simply have a small, easily accessible and smart one? Being practical with things like these is going to help you maintain a relaxed lifestyle.

 

4. Incentive is everything

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Often times, incentive is everything when it comes to maintaining even the simples of home interior design. So even when you’re doing everything to accommodate your lifestyle, you’re still going to need a little nudge. Open shelving is a nice way to keep yourself organized. When your mess becomes easy to display, you’re automatically going to want to clean it up.

 

5. Handy hardware

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Another great incentive for a lazy homeowner is handy hardware that makes it easy to keep things within reach. So whether it’s a wok stand or an organizing drawer hardware, it’s always going to be great incentive for you to easily compartmentalize your things.

 

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