minimalist looks clean

Just a reminder that having more open space gives the effect of being clean. If you have a house crammed with lots of stuff, it is going to be hard to look clean. A suggestion would be to get more shelves against the wall to put things away on. This will give you more open floorspace and a cleaner appearance.
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On 8 Sep 2003 09:12:22 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (K C) wrote:

I actually like this look. My large house is minimally furnished without ornament (except for the holidays). No pictures or draperies to dust or clean. I call shelving "dust collectors" and prefer closed cabinets.
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (K C) wrote:

Our restrooms are easier to clean now that we've removed the doors from the stalls and the seats from the toilets.
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On 8 Sep 2003 09:12:22 -0700, snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com (K C) wrote:

Getting rid of genuine clutter both gives a "cleaner" appearance and reduces the actual chores of cleaning. However, stacking the same stuff on shelves isn't the solution. Nor employing "storage solutions" under beds or on the backs of doors. The key is 'getting rid of' Stuff you don't use or appreciate.
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