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Why Maximalism Is The New Minimalism

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We may occasionally dream of creamy plaster-coated walls, bleached wide-planked floor boards, light-colored linen upholstery on our furniture, and a shelf that holds one ceramic vase with a single stem of greenery. But, it's not really a reality.

Therefore, instead of austere shelves ours are filled with favorite collections, stacks of books, walls of frames, and color-upon-color and texture-upon-texture.

We’re going to show you how and why these looks work and how to make your home feel like it has a history, and is made for only you, instead of the feared cluttered mess.

In a space like this your eye doesn’t stop moving, there is always something amazing to take in. We’re calling it: maximalism is the new minimalism.