I like to think of my style as “minimalist light”. I love a clean minimal feel to a room, a free flowing floor plan with a good bit of negative white space and my surfaces free of unnecessary clutter. That said, unlike a true minimalist I do enjoy items in my home that have no other purpose then aesthetic enjoyment. Beautiful art that speaks to my creative side, throw pillows that add color and a few smaller objects to add style and interest.
I do a pretty good job keeping my spaces clean, in order and minimal with constant clean outs and my mindset always in a place of “what can I live without”...
However, even with this mindset I still have those few areas that collect junk like this storage closet!!! This closet and it’s contents have followed us through 3 or 4 moves without a clean out! In all our homes we have always had a place to shove it out of the way and out of sight so it’s only been a small annoyance. Those days are OVER! Our new home in DC is much smaller and we will have to make conscious choices on how to use all our space - no extra closets! So, it’s time... this closet must be decluttered! I’ve been working through every area of my home this week to declutter and minimize to fit our new city lifestyle! If you need some inspiration in this area go to our “minimalism” highlight for some tips & tricks! Ok, so now I need to know what area of your home is the clutter zone like my storage closet?!? XO, M
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