Fast Fix: Living Rooms

How to Reduce Clutter to Reduce Stress

Clutter has been scientifically proven to raise stress levels. Follow these simple steps for a smarter, healthier and clutter-free home to help you feel more relaxed.

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By installing a small cabinet under a floating shelf, Ashli Malinek of the Mini Manor added essential storage for a small home command center. "It holds everything — stationery, a printer, catalogs and more — and it's where we pay bills, take down phone messages and keep a calendar," she says. "It keeps our family on track and organized."

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