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The course went beyond just design principles and explored the deeper connection we have with our home, ourselves, and the world around us. I did indeed transform our apartment, and the impact on my mood and overall well-being was huge. Here are some of my favorite takeaways from the course, and the one thing I learned not to do.
Anyone who has a collection of purses knows that they can be a pain to put away. Finding smart storage solutions usually eases the headache, but what if you did the opposite? There’s one fashionista who has some of her favorite accessories on display, instead of hidden and tucked away.
Let’s get something out of the way: Even if minimalism is in — and has been in, and perhaps will always be in — you don’t have to follow suit. In fact, maximalism comes with its own benefits. For those who feel like this design ethos speaks more to their personalities, maximalism can provide numerous sources of expression and experimentation. Take artwork as one example.
There’s an art to arranging trinkets. If you put them haphazardly on shelves and furniture, your room can quickly begin to look like an estate sale with all its treasures lined up on tables. If you occasionally struggle with how to group your collectibles and decorative items and want to create some breathing room in your space, these designer tips can help you make your home look curated rather than cluttered.