"I love accessories in other people's homes and I love them in fashion, but I just had this fear of tchotchkes and clutter," says Shereen. She has learned that a little goes a long way in personalizing a space.
The truth was, Shereen was utterly clutter-phobic. “What Nancy called accessories, I called clutter,” she says, admitting she craved clean, even sparse, rooms. She eventually realized that sparse can translate as void of personality.