The 'Cluttercore' home decor trend makes sense of a mess and frees you of guilt


"Cluttercore" refers to an aesthetic based around a mess and a large quantity of stuff. Photo: AFP

Tidying up, clearing out or organising? If you're sick of that, you're not the only one.

After having done the spring cleaning during the first wave of lockdowns and folded your socks in the way of Japanese organisational queen Marie Kondo during the second round of stay-at-home orders, well perhaps now you're over this sanitised existence, which some see as going hand-in-hand with restrictions on freedom.

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