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- The act of removing shoes when entering ones’ living space has existed for thousands of years. The obvious reason is that it keeps the interior cleaner. This is something that is still practiced today, all around the world.  Here are a few cultures that practice it in one way or another and why you should too. #Asia This is the first one that probably comes to mind. Asian cultures are most known for this practice of removing their shoes. In Japan, you not only remove your shoes at the entrance of a home but also in restaurants, work, and school. The reason being is they use the floor for a lot more than just walking; they use it to sit and to sleep. Think about it, would you walk on your bed with muddy shoes? #Europe In countries like Italy, France, and Spain they remove their shoes before walking on a wooden floor. It preserves the wood. No dirt to wear down the wood or scratch it. #Israel It isn’t a strict tradition, but many families follow the policy of removing shoes as well. In certain parts of a synagogue, a Rabbi is not permitted to wear shoes. #Canada Though not a universal tradition, it is extremely common to remove shoes before entering a home. #America Removing shoes at the door where we live, unfortunately, is known to be uncommon. Shoes go through many filthy places; sidewalks, public restrooms, stores, etcetera to name a few. Wearing your shoes through the house means that you’re bringing all that inside. Subjecting your family, and especially small children to all that dirt, grime, and pollution. These countries certainly have the right idea, they value a clean home, or at least have specific reasons for taking shoes off. Let’s turn it into a tradition, let’s all start taking our shoes off in our homes. Our homes will be cleaner, our families will be healthier, our flooring will last longer too. Article by: @prolineclean Keep in touch with us to learn more about our services: 347-455-6669. #home #clean #cleaningtips #cleaninghacks #homedecor #design #interiordesign #interiorstyle #interiorinspo #inspo #homeinspo #homeideas #cleaning #manhattan #StatenIsland #bronx #brooklyn
- The act of removing shoes when entering ones’ living space has existed for thousands of years. The obvious reason is that it keeps the interior cleaner. This is something that is still practiced today, all around the world.  Here are a few cultures that practice it in one way or another and why you should too. #Asia This is the first one that probably comes to mind. Asian cultures are most known for this practice of removing their shoes. In Japan, you not only remove your shoes at the entrance of a home but also in restaurants, work, and school. The reason being is they use the floor for a lot more than just walking; they use it to sit and to sleep. Think about it, would you walk on your bed with muddy shoes? #Europe In countries like Italy, France, and Spain they remove their shoes before walking on a wooden floor. It preserves the wood. No dirt to wear down the wood or scratch it. #Israel It isn’t a strict tradition, but many families follow the policy of removing shoes as well. In certain parts of a synagogue, a Rabbi is not permitted to wear shoes. #Canada Though not a universal tradition, it is extremely common to remove shoes before entering a home. #America Removing shoes at the door where we live, unfortunately, is known to be uncommon. Shoes go through many filthy places; sidewalks, public restrooms, stores, etcetera to name a few. Wearing your shoes through the house means that you’re bringing all that inside. Subjecting your family, and especially small children to all that dirt, grime, and pollution. These countries certainly have the right idea, they value a clean home, or at least have specific reasons for taking shoes off. Let’s turn it into a tradition, let’s all start taking our shoes off in our homes. Our homes will be cleaner, our families will be healthier, our flooring will last longer too. Article by: @prolineclean Keep in touch with us to learn more about our services: 347-455-6669. #home #clean #cleaningtips #cleaninghacks #homedecor #design #interiordesign #interiorstyle #interiorinspo #inspo #homeinspo #homeideas #cleaning #manhattan #StatenIsland #bronx #brooklyn
- The act of removing shoes when entering ones’ living space has existed for thousands of years. The obvious reason is that it keeps the interior cleaner. This is something that is still practiced today, all around the world.  Here are a few cultures that practice it in one way or another and why you should too. #Asia This is the first one that probably comes to mind. Asian cultures are most known for this practice of removing their shoes. In Japan, you not only remove your shoes at the entrance of a home but also in restaurants, work, and school. The reason being is they use the floor for a lot more than just walking; they use it to sit and to sleep. Think about it, would you walk on your bed with muddy shoes? #Europe In countries like Italy, France, and Spain they remove their shoes before walking on a wooden floor. It preserves the wood. No dirt to wear down the wood or scratch it. #Israel It isn’t a strict tradition, but many families follow the policy of removing shoes as well. In certain parts of a synagogue, a Rabbi is not permitted to wear shoes. #Canada Though not a universal tradition, it is extremely common to remove shoes before entering a home. #America Removing shoes at the door where we live, unfortunately, is known to be uncommon. Shoes go through many filthy places; sidewalks, public restrooms, stores, etcetera to name a few. Wearing your shoes through the house means that you’re bringing all that inside. Subjecting your family, and especially small children to all that dirt, grime, and pollution. These countries certainly have the right idea, they value a clean home, or at least have specific reasons for taking shoes off. Let’s turn it into a tradition, let’s all start taking our shoes off in our homes. Our homes will be cleaner, our families will be healthier, our flooring will last longer too. Article by: @prolineclean Keep in touch with us to learn more about our services: 347-455-6669. #home #clean #cleaningtips #cleaninghacks #homedecor #design #interiordesign #interiorstyle #interiorinspo #inspo #homeinspo #homeideas #cleaning #manhattan #StatenIsland #bronx #brooklyn
- You've decorated your home for the holidays... but now you have those ugly extension cords coming out from behind your beautifully lit tree and mantle? They kind of take away from the whole look, don't they? We all know how hard it is to hide them, so we've made beautiful ones you'll want to show off. #ShowYourCords this month and make this household essential item part of your holiday decor! ⛄ 🎄 Visit the link in our bio to find out where you can get YOURS! 🎉
- You& #39;ve decorated your home for the holidays... but now you have those ugly extension cords coming out from behind your beautifully lit tree and mantle? They kind of take away from the whole look, don& #39;t they? We all know how hard it is to hide them, so we& #39;ve made beautiful ones you& #39;ll want to show off. #ShowYourCords this month and make this household essential item part of your holiday decor! ⛄ 🎄 Visit the link in our bio to find out where you can get YOURS! 🎉
- You've decorated your home for the holidays... but now you have those ugly extension cords coming out from behind your beautifully lit tree and mantle? They kind of take away from the whole look, don't they? We all know how hard it is to hide them, so we've made beautiful ones you'll want to show off. #ShowYourCords this month and make this household essential item part of your holiday decor! ⛄ 🎄 Visit the link in our bio to find out where you can get YOURS! 🎉
- Deze kreeg ik vorig jaar met de geheimezussenactie, zo mooi en vandaag met coderood niet overbodig 😇 Er ligt nu toch een pak sneeuw zeg, hoe gaan we dat morgen doen 😕 . . #interiorinspo #interiorinspiration #interiordecorating #interiorstyle #homeinspiration #homedecorating #interiorstyling #interiorlovers #homeinterior  #decorinspiration #homeideas #interior_and_living #interiordecor #homeandliving #instahome #witwonen #stoerwonen #scandinavianstyle #scandinavianhome #scandinaviandesign #decoratingideas #whiteliving #myhometoinspire #myhome #showhometop5 #vtwonenbijmijthuis #homeinspo #blog #christmas #angel
- Deze kreeg ik vorig jaar met de geheimezussenactie, zo mooi en vandaag met coderood niet overbodig 😇 Er ligt nu toch een pak sneeuw zeg, hoe gaan we dat morgen doen 😕 . . #interiorinspo #interiorinspiration #interiordecorating #interiorstyle #homeinspiration #homedecorating #interiorstyling #interiorlovers #homeinterior  #decorinspiration #homeideas #interior_and_living #interiordecor #homeandliving #instahome #witwonen #stoerwonen #scandinavianstyle #scandinavianhome #scandinaviandesign #decoratingideas #whiteliving #myhometoinspire #myhome #showhometop5 #vtwonenbijmijthuis #homeinspo #blog #christmas #angel
- We bought these beautiful wall lights about a month ago and they’ve been sat in their box ever since. Because we couldn’t seem to get a current to either of them. Sometimes there was a current, sometimes there wasn’t. We thought we might have to rip up the new carpet to get to the wiring under the floorboards 😱 LUCKILY, Jay managed to get them both working. He yelled to me to flick the light switch. The light stayed on 🤔 Two light switches, one at the top of the stairs and one at the bottom, neither worked, meaning the lights were on permanently. What is going on?!? Finally, two hours later, they both work. Phew. And they look lovely! . . . . #interiors #interior123 #interiorforyou #inspire_me_home_decor #homedecor #interiordesign #lightingdesign #lightinginspo #walllights #homeideas #simpledecor #howyouhome
- We bought these beautiful wall lights about a month ago and they’ve been sat in their box ever since. Because we couldn’t seem to get a current to either of them. Sometimes there was a current, sometimes there wasn’t. We thought we might have to rip up the new carpet to get to the wiring under the floorboards 😱 LUCKILY, Jay managed to get them both working. He yelled to me to flick the light switch. The light stayed on 🤔 Two light switches, one at the top of the stairs and one at the bottom, neither worked, meaning the lights were on permanently. What is going on?!? Finally, two hours later, they both work. Phew. And they look lovely! . . . . #interiors #interior123 #interiorforyou #inspire_me_home_decor #homedecor #interiordesign #lightingdesign #lightinginspo #walllights #homeideas #simpledecor #howyouhome
- We bought these beautiful wall lights about a month ago and they’ve been sat in their box ever since. Because we couldn’t seem to get a current to either of them. Sometimes there was a current, sometimes there wasn’t. We thought we might have to rip up the new carpet to get to the wiring under the floorboards 😱 LUCKILY, Jay managed to get them both working. He yelled to me to flick the light switch. The light stayed on 🤔 Two light switches, one at the top of the stairs and one at the bottom, neither worked, meaning the lights were on permanently. What is going on?!? Finally, two hours later, they both work. Phew. And they look lovely! . . . . #interiors #interior123 #interiorforyou #inspire_me_home_decor #homedecor #interiordesign #lightingdesign #lightinginspo #walllights #homeideas #simpledecor #howyouhome
- So I've come home to an igloo ❄️☃️😩 A very hot bath and early night for me. Hope you've all had a lovely Monday 💫 • • • • #Interior4all #interiordecor #homeinspo #homedecor #decor #homeideas #instahomes #instaliving #greyhome #widn #homeblogger #homeinterior #passion4interior #myhome #homeowners #villagehome #instadaily #actualinstahomes #homestyling #interior123 #ighome #home #maisyshome #homeaccessories #bathroomdecor #mondayvibes #bathroom #bathroomdesign
- So I've come home to an igloo ❄️☃️😩 A very hot bath and early night for me. Hope you've all had a lovely Monday 💫 • • • • #Interior4all #interiordecor #homeinspo #homedecor #decor #homeideas #instahomes #instaliving #greyhome #widn #homeblogger #homeinterior #passion4interior #myhome #homeowners #villagehome #instadaily #actualinstahomes #homestyling #interior123 #ighome #home #maisyshome #homeaccessories #bathroomdecor #mondayvibes #bathroom #bathroomdesign

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