Do You Like Stuff? Then This New Design Trend Is For You
Have you always loved being surrounded by stuff? Your home’s design should be reflective of the life you lead and love. What better way to do that than by surrounding yourself with things that make you happy?
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Having a sophisticated home usually means one thing in the design world: streamlined, serene, and minimal. Well, as it turns out, Maximalist decorating is on the rise again. Bold colors, pattern-on-pattern mixing, unique furniture shapes, and standout accessories — all in one room (look up #cluttercore on Instagram)
Picture messy beds and cushy sofas, lots of plants, and tabletop surfaces flush with stuff. Part of the clutter renaissance can be attributed to the pandemic. With people spending more time at home, many are reflecting on what their spaces mean to them and how they want to represent themselves; bringing soul into a space and making homes feel alive.
Of course there’s a fine line between lived-in clutter and a full-blown mess (Marie Kondo, would probably cringe at some of these spaces). Yet, this trend gets at the core of what a home should represent at its best — a “you do you” attitude that paves the way for self-expression and uniqueness.
Everyone could use a little clutter in their life, but do it in a tasteful way! Do you need help creating the home of your dreams? Call Adolfson Interior Design at (651) 468-6208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.