Decor Hacks for a Cleaner Home

Posted October 31, 2022 by in Home

Most of us do not particularly enjoy cleaning our homes, but most of us do enjoy coming back to a clean and tidy home at the end of a busy day.

The good news is, there are lots of clever decor choices you can make that will automatically mean a cleaner home and a home that is easier to keep clean. Let’s take a look at some of them right now:

Neutral bedroom with oak furniture


Minimalism isn’t for everyone, but there is no denying that it makes the home a whole lot easier to keep clean when you don’t have tons of clutter to clean, dust, and put away each day.

Anyway, you don’t have to get rid of everything but the kitchen sink to embrace a more minimalist decor, simply start by getting rid roof the things you don’t love and never use and it will make a huge difference to how clean your home is, and how easy it is to keep it that way.

Get rid of carpets

Carpets, prone to accumulating dirt and susceptible to stains, often necessitate a substantial maintenance effort. In contrast, quality hardwood flooring can significantly reduce your upkeep endeavors. Hardwood floors consistently maintain their aesthetic appeal with minimal effort and require only occasional sweeping and mopping.

Or opt for Rhino carpets

If you happen to love the warmth and texture of a carpeted home, then look into getting a Rhino carpet. These are carpets that have been specifically designed to lighten your load in the chore department. Not only do they look great, but they also have stain-resistant technology built into each and every fiber and they also have patented Forever Clean technology which means they always look great with minimal input from you.

Forget fabric blinds

Fabric blinds might look warm and cozy, but they are really difficult to clean when compared with wooden blinds, which also look great, and which you can simply dust in a matter of seconds to get rid of any build-up of debris. So, when it comes to choosing window treatments, they are the smart choice.

Choose circular furniture

Going for less angular furniture can help you to identify and get to dust more easily because hard corners and bulky lines can gather dust in those corners of your home a lot more easily than round tables and rounded couches tend to. They also give the home a more modern, feminine feel, which is always a bonus too.

Go for neutral colors

Okay, so neutral colors aren’t any less likely to get dirty than other colors, but they will show dirt and stains much less than brighter colors like yellow and blue. So choosing neutrals, apart from white, such as gray, beige brown, and camel, is a great way to be able to stretch your chores out over a longer period of time if you are too busy to clean as much as you would like. 

Neutral living room with black and white details

Now you don’t have to spend so much time cleaning and tidying, get out there and do something fun instead!

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