It’s so easy to slowly pile up lots of things in the wrong places throughout a busy work week. But sadly even the most perfectly designed house can end up looking bad due to clutter. Each person has their favorite way of keeping their place organized, but here are some tips based on different countries around the world and how they declutter.
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In Scandinavia, interior design is all about minimalism and practicality. This means stackable chairs, thin-framed fixtures, hidden-store furniture, handle-free drawers and cupboards, and monochromatic décor. One accent color should tie the room together.
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Mexico is all about colorful and loud spaces. But this doesn’t mean messy. Their interior décor is earthy but practical. This means light-colored walls, patterned drapes to hide storage areas, practical decoration items such as fruit bowls, and chest-looking coffee tables that serve as storage. Another tip: large plants serve the purpose of bringing the outside inside and also create a sense of a larger space.