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Be a De-Clutter Diva: 5 Things you can Live without at HomeGet rid of unnecessary items in your home and create a more livable space.
If you’re a fan of watching home makeover shows like me, then you must be familiar with the drill. The makeover team goes around the house in search of furniture and other things that are better off in the trash bin, for a garage sale or donated to charity.
The only thing that seems to set these makeover specialists back is the couple’s reluctance to part with moose heads, hairy sofas and what-have-you. While at times the stories behind these items may tug at the designers’ heartstrings, the bottom line is that these aren’t practical to have in the house and they don’t help uplift the whole aesthetic appeal of the home.
Your house could be just as neat, clean and visitor-friendly if you chuck out some things - toss them in the trash bin, sell them or give them away - it’s up to you. Here are five things we think you can survive without at home to create a more livable space.
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