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Taking A Minimalist Approach - Clean and Serene Spaces

By Decorology @decorology_blog
Sometimes I think we forget that simple can be just as beautiful as well decorated! With things so hectic in my life with the wedding right now, it's nice to see such simple, clean spaces.  Spring is also a great time to clear out clutter - so be a little more ruthless when you empty out those closets this season.
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This office space really inspires me to clear mine out a bit.  Less "stuff" means less distractions and therefore better focus.
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Taking A Minimalist Approach - clean and serene spaces I don't think minimal has to mean bare, just well edited and thought out.  It also calls more attention to the objects you do display, so they can take center stage.

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Taking A Minimalist Approach - clean and serene spaces
Minimal also doesn't need to be white, light, or neutral. It's all about lines and your ratio of positive and negative space.
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Have a seat :)
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It makes me want to pick a room and see what I can do with it to make it as clean and uncluttered as the ones featured here.  Once we get back from our honeymoon - I think I will start with my office!

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