The bedroom is the home’s most personal space. Clean and uncluttered, the bedroom can be an oasis of calm and order.
Most people are hoarders, we tend to clutter our space with objects of little but sentimental value. By clogging up the space, we block avenues for new and updated stuff.
Now is a good time to declutter and create space for your fresh ideas and plans to thrive.We have compiled a few ideas to help you effectively recover your space from clutter…
1. Always start with your bedroom, it is your sanctuary. If your last mental image is of chaos and clutter, you are not setting the right stage for quality sleep. A chaotic bedroom makes you feel wired & tired.
3. Toss: As you sort, set aside broken items and litter straight to the garbage bag.
2. Sort each item into one of 3 boxes: Put Away, for items that belong in other rooms; Sell/Donate for no-longer-needed items that are still in good repair; Storage, for items that belong in storage areas. Using the same strategy, move onto dressers and bureaus, and any clutter littering the floor. Work systematically around the space and, little by little, you’ll reclaim the bedroom as the sanctuary it’s intended to be.
4. Organize: Take note of where the clutter is coming from, and then look for ways to prevent the buildup in the future. As you declutter, pay attention to the cause of the problem. Here are a few products to help you keep your bedroom clean & clutter free.
Scattered piles of dirty clothes signal a need for a laundry basket in a nearby spot or you can fold them neatly into a chest of drawers until your next wash. Check out our Sofia series of chest drawers.