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5 steps to – decluttering your bedroom
5 MIN READ   |   18 February 2019   |   Arthur Guzowski

5 steps to – decluttering your bedroom

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We rarely stop to think about our bedroom. After all, it’s the room where we spend most of our time sleeping, so we pay little mind to what should be done to keep it in a clean and tidy state, as it demands little attention from us in our everyday lives. Because of this, it’s easy for it to become a chaotic space, as many people tend to haphazardly toss their clothes around, leaving behind a chaotic mound of clutter.

This causes more harm than meets the eye! It turns out that the myriad object lying pell-mell around the bedroom can actually have a detrimental effect on your sleep pattern, causing you to feel worse. There’s an easy solution to that – clean up your bedroom! Here are five simple tips to do it without any issue!

BEGIN WITH YOUR WARDROBE

A wardrobe stuffed to the brim is mostly likely the main reason why your bedroom is cluttered. The sad fact is that you probably don’t even wear most of those things. Go through all of your items – clothes, bags, shoes, belts, and fish out the ones that you don’t need anymore. Donate them to charities that might make better use of them, or throw out those that you don’t think will get any more use out of them. Do the same with your chest of drawers, and you’ll soon be surprised how much stuff that used to be lying around can now fit in somewhere!

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CHECK THE BEDSIDE TABLE

After the main offender is taken care of, move on to the smaller furniture. You’d be surprised how much clutter may gather on your bedside table. Check it to make sure you don’t store anything that doesn’t need to be there in it. If it gets messy a lot, consider adding more shelves to store any items that you need nearby.

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LOOK UNDER THE BED

Pull everything out from under the bed. It’s likely that you have some junk just lying around in a disorderly fashion under there, so why not put that space to good use? There’s a myriad of functional solutions to create extra storage space under your bed – just clean up down there first!

IF YOU HAVE AN OFFICE SPACE IN YOUR BEDROOM, RECONSIDER

In general, combining your working space with your resting space isn’t a good idea, as we function better if we get to compartmentalise. But your home office space has a more specific tendency to gather more clutter, so moving it elsewhere will certainly leave your bedroom with more room to breathe.

THINK ABOUT USING LESS FURNITURE IN YOUR BEDROOM

If you want to create a soothing environment, clearer spaces actually do a great job of providing that. So while larger pieces of furniture may be practical for storage, they can actually reduce the quality of your sleep. Invest in smaller furniture to make your bedroom feel as spacious and soothing as possible.

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