7 things – the living room

July 24, 2008

here are 7 things that could be minimalized in your living room today:

  1. books (on the bookcase or in the magazine rack)
  2. old family photos (do you really need 2 photos of your cousin displayed?)
  3. cds/dvds (remove the ones you don’t use and put the remainders in storage out of sight)
  4. decorative items (keeping just the items that you want people to notice will help them get noticed)
  5. entertainment center (remove old components and organize cords)
  6. children’s toys (put them in storage out of sight – “everything gets a home”)
  7. furniture (remove and rearrange – you just may fall in love with the extra space)

do you have anything to add to the list?

related posts: 7 things – the kitchen, 7 things – the bathroom

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6 Responses to “7 things – the living room”


  1. Hey I love the blog! I’ve been looking for a good minimalism blog for a while. Apart from Unclutterer they’re hard to come by!

    Got any suggestions?


  2. yeah, i really like the simplicity section on zenhabits.net.


  3. Gaming accessories! – i’m trying to get our family to keep them in a drawer in our tv stand. :)

  4. tony Says:

    may applied to your #2. Every flat surfaces or blank walls do not need pictures. Think less is more. Great list! Thanks.

  5. Eliseo Cooks Says:

    Excellent site, where did you come up with the knowledge in this post? Im pleased I found it though, ill be checking back soon to see what other articles you have.


  6. home furnitures that are based on hardwoods are the best thing that you can fill your home”`-


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