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Organized Chaos

For years we’ve been held captive by the “minimalist” approach to home decor.  We’ve been taught to deem unnecessary items as clutter.  But this is not always the case.

Rather, it’s all about displaying the objects that you love and creating a personal meaning in your home.  Think childhood mementos, thrifted finds, meaningful souvenirs, or anything else that is meaningful to you.  It’s time to show off your massive curated collections.

Here are some basic rules to make it easier:

Keep It Sentimental

This is the heart of you and your home.  Display items that are meaningful and bring joy to your inner self.

Keep It Organized

Everything should have it's place in an organized chaos way, so to speak.  It doesn't matter how many things you display.  Just give them a spot and make sure they are pleasing to your eye when you look at them.

Scale And Layer

Layer prints and textures, larger with smaller so they don't compete with each other.  Group your items.

Space For The Eyes

This means you need to prevent a space from becoming too busy or visually overwhelming.  Your eyes need areas to rest as you decorate.  This is achieved through layers and negative space.  For instance, lean a taller piece of art, layer a medium one in front, and then place a smaller element in front of that, like a cool object, plant, or figurine.  Leave some "white space".

You can start small in your house like a bookshelf or a small wall space.  It's all about filling your space with things that make you happy - even if it means your room looks a little, well, cluttered.  An organized mess of sentimental objects, artwork and collections, if you will.

While this bold aesthetic may not be everyone's cup of tea, it's taking off among those who love a "more is more" approach to design and are looking to make their homes feel more cozy and comforting.