Everyone wants to know the secret to maintaining an organized and clean bedroom. Whether it be yours, your best friend’s or your child’s, keeping a room up to par is not always the easiest task.
It often seems as though we had just cleaned our room the night before, and the next morning it is back to being messy. If you are one of the people that feels this way, fear no more, as we are here to give you the best tips to keep your room looking as fresh as possible.
The first step to keeping your bedroom organized is to understand that everything must have it’s place. By designating specific locations for the items in your room, once used, they will go back to where they belong, keeping things in line. This helps prevent your room from becoming cluttered and you misplacing any belongings.
You can start off by doing simple things such as making your bed every morning and putting dirty clothes in the hamper to help minimize the clutter in your room.
Another tip is to try to incorporate storage spaces in places that aren’t usually cluttered. A storage space underneath your bed is perfect for almost everyone. Incorporate drawers for more clothing or perhaps a pull out unit for your shoes. You may be asking yourself why underneath the bed and not in the closet? The answer is quite simple – many people use wardrobe organizers to help keep the closets in tact, but because of how much stuff goes into a closet, sometimes even these organizers can get cluttered very fast. Nonetheless, wardrobe organizers are still another great tool for organization. Use them for shoes, clothing, belts and any other accessories.
Our final tip is, do not use your bedroom as a storage space. The more cluttered it is with things that do not belong, the harder it is to keep it clean and organized. Fold clothes and put them in the laundry hamper or back in your drawers instead of letting a heap of clothes accumulate on that chair you never use.
Last but not least, do not procrastinate. If you begin to see the state of your room declining, take action right away. By tackling small tasks gradually, you will avoid the headache of cleaning up a big mess!