Organise your bedroom in 4 easy steps
January 14, 2012 Leave a comment
It is important to not only keep your bedroom tidy, but also organised and free of clutter. Clutter in the bedroom can disturb feelings of relaxation and disrupt sleep.
Studies show that clutter in the bedroom can be a factor that contributes to a lack of concentration, irritability, exhaustion, and trouble sleeping.
Here we have 4 easy steps to organise, declutter and relax in your bedroom:
Take a good look at how many clothes you own. If your wardrobe is bursting at the seams, it might be time to do a good clear out. You can give the clothes to charity or sell them on Ebay. Organise your wardrobe so that clothes can be found easily- perhaps categorize by a colour code or by the type of clothing. Make sure your laundry basket isn’t overflowing onto the floor, as clothes on the floor create mess.
2) Technology and toys
The bedroom should be reserved for unwinding, sleeping and romance, so laptops, televisions and the childrens’ toys should be avoided in the bedroom. These items are noisy and do not create feelings of harmony in a room of relaxation.
Storage is an important feature in a bedroom. It has the ability to keep items out of sight, and thus do not clutter. Make use of under the bed storage for extra bedding and bedside tables for books.
The bedroom is not a place for rubbish. Rubbish in the bedroom creates chaotic feelings. Throw away anything you do not need. Avoid piles of magazines by recycling them.
We hope that these tips will help you organise your bedroom!
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