Tips For Creating a Minimalist Champaign County Home

Are you looking for ways to make your life at home more simple and cleaner? One great way to accomplish this goal is to create a minimalist home. Not only will it help you live a simpler life, but it will help you sell your Champaign County home faster if you decide to put it on the market later.

Here are a few tips to help you create a clutter-free living space for the New Year:

Creative Storage

The way that you store your possessions can make a huge difference when it comes to controlling clutter. 

This could be as simple as purchasing and assembling sliding drawers that use up the wasted space under your bed. You could also speak with a contractor about installing new cabinets in your kitchen.

Catch-All Shelving for Common Spaces

Shelf space is one of the biggest problems that most home owners deal with. Building catch-all shelving for things like books, photos and other decorative items will improve the look and feel of your living room or other shared spaces. Shelves will also help avoid clutter and crowded drawers. Just make sure your shelves aren't cluttered in the process.

Remodel the Kitchen with an Island

A kitchen island will help you cut the clutter in your home. Minimalist kitchen islands offer smart storage for pots and pans and provide a centralized place to prepare and serve meals for yourself, friends and family.

Decorate with White

Nothing says minimalist like white and neutral colors, as they create a sense of spaciousness in the room. White sheets, pillow cases, and throw rugs will help you achieve this look. You can also overhaul all your home's decor with a white or neutral flair.

Eliminate the Clutter by Donating

Every year or so you should go through your old clothes and other items you may not be using any more and donate them or sell them online.

Here are a few ways to get started decluttering:

• Hang up clothes in your closet with the hangers facing out. As you go through your wardrobe in the weeks ahead, the items with the hooks still facing outward aren't getting much love and might be a perfect item for donation.

• Look for multiples of kitchen items. Having more than you use just takes up space. Collect unused or extra kitchen items and donate them to a local Champaign County charity.

Making your home a minimalist masterpiece may take some time, but it will be worth it in the end. Not only will doing so improve your life now, but help you sell your home when it comes time.

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