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‘Queer Eye’ home design guru Bobby Berk shares his spring cleaning tips

After greater than a 12 months of quarantine, it’s doubtless your area doesn’t appear notably inspiring proper now.

However with spring in full swing, there’s by no means been a greater time to de-clutter your digs and add just a few recent design parts to cheer issues up — and for those who’re uncertain the place to begin, “Queer Eye” star Bobby Berk is right here to assist.

The home design professional shared his high three tips for sprucing up your area solely with Web page Six Type, and don’t fear: They gained’t require as a lot elbow grease as the whole renovations and remodels he masterminds on the Netflix present, however they’ll nonetheless make a significant influence.

1. Add new greenery.

There’s no faster approach to carry spring inside than with some leafy greens — and never the sort you eat.

2. Swap out pillows.

Berk, 39, sometimes retains tons of pillows and comfy throws on his couches throughout colder months; come spring, he streamlines the setup, bringing in pillows in hotter colours and ditching the blankets.

3. Change up paintings.

“You don’t have to exit and purchase all these new issues to make your own home really feel recent and new,” Berk informed us. As an alternative, merely swap up the location of present photos and work in your home, transferring them from one room to a different.

Bobby Berk is the resident interior design expert on Netflix's "Queer Eye."
Bobby Berk is the resident inside design professional on Netflix’s “Queer Eye.”
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In the case of litter, Berk recommends recycling previous magazines (“They stack up, they find yourself taking over area, and so they’re approach straightforward to do away with,” he defined) and people to-go meals containers “we’ve all collected throughout lockdown,” together with the previous mismatched towels you doubtless have gathering mud in your linen closet or laundry space.

“Professional tip: Donate them to animal shelters. They’ll at all times use rags for animals to sleep on and to wash them with,” Berk mentioned.

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