Cumberland - John Maniscalco ArchitectureContemporary Living Room, San Francisco
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4. In the living room, embrace minimalismMinimalism isn’t just about clean, white surfaces. It also involves taking a mindful approach to the things you acquire. Closely examine the items that come into your home and simply say no to them if they involve too much plastic or plastic packaging.
Elegance and minimalism are often used in the same breath, but they aren’t the same thing. True minimalism is introspective and disciplined, and relies on deliberate scarcity for effect. Elegance has more generosity, aiming to delight both decorator and observer. This living room, while minimally furnished, oozes elegance. Without the distraction of clutter, it’s calm and inviting, with warmth and comfort that come from colours and textures.10 Decluttering Tips That Won’t Make You a Minimalist