Practical Interior Design Elements That Are Easy To Clean & Maintain

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Interior design during and after this global pandemic is going to completely different. Instead of frou-frou accoutrements that are a haven for germs, homeowners might lean towards simplicity as a whole – i.e. surfaces and design elements that are easy to clean and maintain. If you’re looking for such inspiration, then here’s a list of ideas that will help you out:

1. Sleek accent furniture

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Selecting minimalist and sleek accent furniture will make cleaning so much easier. The glossy surfaces are super easy to clean and disinfect. Plus, they always exude a timeless modern vibe that never fails to look good. Whether it’s the coffee table, end table, media wall or anything else, choose sleek and stylish objects!

2. Non-porous bed headboards

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Porous surfaces are super hard to disinfect and clean. Therefore, you should be choosing beds with solid headboards instead of fabric clad ones that are considered fashionable these days. Just take a look at the design featured in this image – the geometric pattern on the headboard is highly interesting, makes a solid visual impact, and is an excellent inspiration for those who want to do the same!

3. Stylish shoe racks cum shelves

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Entrance hygiene starts with shoe racks so if you want to design one in your home, you need to make sure that they’re simple enough so that you can easily clean them. They can be integrated into shelving units. If you need some inspiration, then take a look at the one in this image. The stylish merging of shoe rack and cabinet is simple enough to easily maintain but also trendy enough to make an impact.

4. Keep things minimal

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Keeping things minimalistic is a key factor in designing easy-to-maintain spaces. The best way to do that is to stick to the bare necessities and use non-porous materials that can be easily disinfected. This breakfast bar area that leads to the kitchen is an excellent example of how to do this. The countertop surface and side lamination is stylish, but also easy enough to clean. The glass door separation and high-gloss surfaces in the kitchen offer the same benefit – i.e. infinite trendiness without compromising the ease of maintenance. This is how you should design your homes as well.

 

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