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Example of a mid-sized transitional light wood floor living room design in San Francisco —  Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to The Well-Stocked MinimalistDec 8, 2014

It’s all about balance. Problems begin when things come into your home but rarely go out. The best way to keep a healthy balance is by looking at, touching, using and removing items in your home frequently. Just because you bought something doesn’t mean you must be burdened with it forever. Learn from your mistakes, notice which things you tend to buy and then not use (cupboard full of half-done craft projects, I’m looking at you), and commit to making wiser choices next time.Tell us: Do you like to have a fully stocked home, prepared for anything? Or do you like to buy as needed?More: Checklists for a Well-Stocked Home10 Tips for a More Peaceful Home

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lyn D added this to decor rulesJul 2, 2017

Stuff does not necessarily equal clutter. Stuff becomes clutter when you do not want or need it.

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