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If you're anything like me, you'll agree that a well-decorated living space can do wonders for your mood, but let's be real - not everyone has the time, energy, or desire to spend hours scrubbing, dusting, and arranging their home. That's why I've put together a list of minimal maintenance home decor hacks that'll keep your space looking fresh, stylish, and most importantly, EASY to maintain. So, sit back, relax, and let's get decorating!
Choose plants that do not require a green thumb
There's no denying that a touch of green can bring life to any room. However, if you don't have a green thumb, maintaining a lush indoor garden can be a daunting task. Opt or low-maintenance plants like succulents and snake plants or pothos that are able to survive with minimal attention.
Of course, if you want to go really low maintenance, you can buy things like bulk artificial roses and fake plants and flowers, that will give you the right look without requiring any maintenance at all, so that is always an option too.
Embrace removable wallpaper
We all know that a fresh coat of paint or wallpaper can transform a room, but who wants to deal with the mess and hassle? Removable wallpaper is your friend! This peel-and-stick magic is an absolute game-changer. It's easy to apply, doesn't damage walls, and can be changed out whenever the mood strikes. Plus, with so many patterns and styles available, you can make any room 100 percent yours.
Stick to machine-washable fabrics
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I love your ideas. I am all about keeping things simple, that's for sure.ReplyDelete
I think these are all wonderful ideas. I love to keep things as simple as possible.ReplyDelete
The removable wallpaper is a cool idea. I need to try this on my walls.ReplyDelete
I plan on putting up removable wall paper in my bathrooms eventually or I’ll paint the walls. Haven’t fully decided yetReplyDelete
These tips are practical and easy to implement, making it possible to have a stylish and low-maintenance home. Thank you for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
I love EASY to maintain home space so this is for me. Your advice can help a lot!ReplyDelete
Simplifying things is always good.ReplyDelete
I have been wanting to try removable wallpaper to see how well it works.ReplyDelete
Multi-functional furniture is probably the best thing we can do for ourselves by means of maximizing space and function with our decorating!ReplyDelete
These are great ideas, I will remodling my bathroom and I am not sure if I'm going to use wallpaper or just painting it.ReplyDelete
Wow! What a really great and wonderful ideas you have here! Thanks for sharing this with us!ReplyDelete
This is a good list of tips. There is a lot of information here that I need to keep in mind. Your sharing is greatly appreciated.ReplyDelete
As I get older, I appreciate the minimalist approach to decorating. I have never used wallpaper, but I am intrigued to try it at some point.ReplyDelete