Take Pictures of Your Space to Start Seeing Clutter

Take Pictures of Your Space to Start Seeing Clutter

Taryn Williford
Jul 30, 2010

There's a fine line between a creative vignette of your favorite pieces and a shelf cluttered with useless collectibles. It takes a really trained eye to put together those perfect mismatched details, because unfortunately it seems we're all born with "clutter-blockers" on our eyes. But you can start to see your space from a different perspective with the help of an old tech friend: Your camera.

Hopefully, you caught our post about taking pictures of your sentimental clutter so you can save the memories, but ditch the stuff.

The same camera can help you when it comes to decorating your home.

Next time you're photographing your interior (or maybe shooting a video for an insurance inventory), you'll notice that the camera seems to provide a different prospective on your home.

Suddenly, you're able to see that the collection of action figures on that shelf is taking too much visual space. Or that you've got too many posters hanging on the wall in your bedroom. With this fresh eye courtesy of your friendly neighborhood point-and-shoot, you'll be able to keep a visually clean home.

Via Unclutterer

(Images: From Collections: Alysia's Cabinet of Cameras.)

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