3 SIMPLE WAYS OF ACHIEVING MINIMALIST INTERIOR STYLE

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Minimalism and simplicity are besties, they work very well together. Minimalist style embraces the less is more concept. To achieve this style, you need to know that functionality is key and is a primary factor.  It needs to work and then it needs to look good. If you like keeping it simple then this is for sure your thing, if you are looking to move to a less is more decor movement then say no more, this movement awaits you. Join the minimalists boat. It’s simple, it’s chic and it’s minimal.

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6 TIPS FOR BRIGHTENING A DARK ROOM

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Are you struggling with lighting in your home? Worry not; here are a few tips on how to brighten your home. Having a well lit home is a truly a blessing, we take this for granted until we find ourselves in a dark house. It maybe a friend’s new home that you visited or maybe it was your neighbor’s house warming party that you went to or maybe you once rented a dark home I think we have all been in a dark room/home once in our life. Lighting is bliss; it gives you such joyful delights.  As much as we love natural lighting not all homes or rooms are well lit. Today I  will walk you through ways to brighten your dark room. I am happy to work with you so call me and I will change your dark room to a delightful room.

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7 THINGS YOU REALLY DON’T NEED IN YOUR KITCHEN

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Let’s face it, we have all had an overwhelming moment in our kitchen. Perhaps it was the dirty dishes staring at you or the many appliances on your counter or even the overcrowded cabinets that can no longer host your new cookware. The fact is the kitchen is the busiest room in our home. One lazy move and piling of things is all it takes to create a mess. I discovered that the kitchen can be the most organized room at home (yes, it’s possible) however there are certain things that you need to do to achieve this. Having a minimalist approach in the kitchen is one way. My first rule is if you don’t use it every day then you don’t have to see it every day. My second rule is the small things matter. Rome wasn’t built in a day, so start with the small things. Clear your kitchen and you will see and feel the difference.

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