10 Decluttering Tips For Your Bedroom

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10 Quirky Decluttering Tips For Your Bedroom

Are you ready to declutter your bedroom and turn it into a peaceful retreat? Buckle up, because we’re about to embark on a decluttering journey that’s equal parts practical and amusing. Here are 10 quirky tips to help you clear the clutter and transform your bedroom into a haven of tranquility:

Set Realistic Expectations and Start Small:

Let’s face it, Rome wasn’t decluttered in a day. Start small, like maybe just one drawer or that one corner where old magazines seem to gather dust like relics of a forgotten era.

Create Four Piles – Bin, Donate, Store, Keep:

It’s like sorting hats, but for clutter. Channel your inner wizard and decide the fate of each item – will it be banished to the bin, bestowed upon a new owner, safely stored away, or allowed to stay in your magical kingdom?

Tackle the Floor – Beware of the Dust Bunnies:

The floor is not a storage unit, despite what your inner hoarder might believe. Clearing it means less tripping hazards and fewer opportunities for dust bunnies to stage a coup d’état.

Organize Your Clothes – The Great Wardrobe Conundrum:

That pile of clothes on the chair? Yeah, it’s time to break up. Sort them out and give them proper homes. And remember, a cluttered wardrobe is like a Choose Your Own Adventure book – except every adventure leads to wrinkled clothes.

Clear off All Surfaces – Say No to Clutter Cosplays:

Your nightstand is not auditioning for the role of junk drawer. Keep surfaces clear of clutter, unless you’re going for the avant-garde clutter cosplay look. In that case, carry on.

Sort Through All Drawers and Storage – Beware of the Forgotten Treasures:

Don’t let your drawers become the Bermuda Triangle of clutter. Dive in, unearth those forgotten treasures, and decide their fate. But be warned, you may encounter relics from a bygone era – like that mixtape you made in high school.

Organise Your Wardrobe – Channel Your Inner Fashionista:

It’s time to Marie Kondo (famous Japanese organising consultant) your wardrobe and bid adieu to those clothes that no longer spark joy. And hey, if you find yourself struggling, just ask, “Does this shirt bring me joy, or does it just make me look like I’m auditioning for a ’90s sitcom?”

Utilize the Space Under Your Bed – The Land of Lost Socks:

The space under your bed is not just a black hole for lost socks. It’s prime real estate for storing out-of-season clothes, extra bedding, or that collection of action figures you swear you’ll display one day.

Clean Your Bed – Say Goodbye to Bedfellows (the Non-Sleeping Kind):

A clutter-free bed is like a blank canvas for your dreams. So, before you tuck yourself in, bid adieu to the day’s clutter and say hello to the promise of a clutter-free slumber.

Invest in a walk in wardrobe – You Knew This Was coming!

A well designed walk in wardrobe is like the superhero of decluttering – swooping in to save the day with its adjustable shelves and multiple hanging options and more. Walk in wardrobe is a life changer.

Bonus Tip: Reverse Clothes Hangers – Because Your Wardrobe Needs Drama:

Turn those clothes hangers backwards then the right way around after an item of clothing has been worn allowing you to see how much a garment is actually used. ! Watch as your wardrobe undergoes a metamorphosis, shedding its unused garments like a butterfly emerging from its cocoon. And remember, if a piece hasn’t seen the light of day in six to twelve months, it’s time to bid it farewell. After all, every wardrobe deserves a little spring cleaning, even if it’s in the dead of winter.