Have you heard of lagom decor?

It’s a Swedish concept that is all about living your life and decorating your home with balance.

If you’ve followed lifestyle practices like hygge or wabi-sabi, you’ll love this approach to home decor and living. Lagom, pronounced “lah-gom,” is a lifestyle approach all about balance. It translates to mean, “not too little, not too much,” and can be applied to all aspects of your life from how you decorate your home to how you spend your spare time.

 

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Lagom refers to a balance in life that each of us strives for: at work, home, and even with regards to your decor. Principles of lagom decor in particular are about slowing down and taking your time, waiting to find the perfect piece for every space. It’s about finding balance in your decor so that you come home to a space that makes you feel at peace.

 

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This  from  shares eight tips to get you started, whether you just want redecorate one room or change your entire house. From swapping out carpet for rugs to mixing in vintage pieces with modern, there are tons of easy changes you can make to take on this lifestyle approach.  By using these tips, you can easily achieve a lagom home with very little effort.

 

 “Lagom principles are about finding 

a harmonious existence, be it how much 

you work, how much water you drink, 

or the style of your home.”

 

 

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Have you used lagom decor principles in your home or your life?

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