If going all Marie Kondo on your interior spaces makes you feel anxious and uncomfortable, here’s good news. Cluttercore is in! While the Kon Mari Method of tidying and organizing home interiors has received gobs of publicity, it’s not for everyone.
Those who love their eclectic collections of stuff can embrace cluttercore, a method of displaying things that speak to your emotional or aesthetic sense of home. According to this article from The Spruce, cluttercore is all about expressing your personality and interests, in a way that feels right to you, whether that’s comfortable, cozy, vibrant or something else. Southern Living also highlights cluttercore, calling it the “Anti-Minimalist Design Trend That Embraces More.” Take a look at how others have curated their clutter, stop stressing over the need to be tidy, and start organizing your own cluttercore showcase.
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