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  • Writer's pictureNathalie Jones

Bedroom Organization and Decluttering Guide



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Your bedroom serves as your personal sanctuary, where each day commences and concludes. Ideally, it should exude tranquility and provide a haven for relaxation. Yet, frequently, bedrooms succumb to clutter and disarray, inducing stress rather than solace. Moreover, clutter disrupts sleep patterns as the subconscious mind struggles to unwind fully. If you're weary of grappling with the disorder in your bedroom, it's time to enact change. By implementing a handful of straightforward tactics, you can metamorphose your space into a serene oasis of peace. Let's explore the principles of bedroom organization and decluttering.

 

Declutter Ruthlessly: The first step in organizing any space is to declutter. Begin by sorting through your belongings and ruthlessly discard/donate anything you no longer need or love. Ask yourself if each item brings you joy, aligns with you, or serves a practical purpose. If not, it's time to let it go. Be honest (this is the most important) with yourself about what you truly need and use on a regular basis. Below are some ideas to get you going;

  • Bedside contents: Old electronics, books previously read, old medicine, etc.

  • Pull out under bed storage & review.

  • Old bed linens: Sheets, bedspreads & blankets.

  • Paperwork that need to be shredded or filed.

 

Streamline Your Storage: Once you've decluttered, it's time to organize what's left. Below are some tips to help you maximize storage and stay organized.

  • Bedside tables: Cellphone docking station, tray for glasses, books & water.

  • If no drawer use basket for personal items, medication etc.

  • Invest in a tray for wallet, glasses, watch & phone.

  • Use top drawer of dresser to store jewelry, mementos, odds & ends.

  • Place a trunk or bench with storage space at foot of the bed for blankets, linens & off season clothing storage.

  • Hooks are inexpensive but very useful tools for organizing any room. Over the door hooks are great for hanging robes, bags + PJs you’re wearing that night.

 

Create Zones: To maintain order in your bedroom, create designated zones for different activities. Designate a specific area for sleeping, reading, getting dressed, and working (if necessary). This will help you mentally associate each area with its intended purpose and prevent clutter from spreading throughout the room.

 

Prioritize Relaxation: Above all, prioritize relaxation and comfort in your bedroom design. Choose soft, soothing colors and textures that promote restful sleep. Keep surfaces clear of clutter to create a sense of calm and spaciousness. Consider incorporating elements of nature, such as plants or natural materials, to bring a sense of tranquility to the space.

 

Establish Daily Habits: Finally, establish daily habits to keep your bedroom organized and clutter-free. Take a few minutes each day to tidy up surfaces, put away clothes, and make your bed. Incorporate decluttering into your regular routine by setting aside time each month to reassess your belongings and eliminate anything you no longer need.

 

By following these simple steps, you can transform your bedroom into a serene and organized retreat. Say goodbye to clutter and chaos, and hello to peace and tranquility. With a little effort and intentionality, you can create a space where you can truly relax and rejuvenate at the end of each day.

   

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Nathalie XOXO

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~Nathalie XOXO

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