Best Ways to Organize your room


Make Your Night Stand Functional

When your room requires organization, there is a high-chance your nightstand is also cluttered. To make the nightstand functional and your room organized, empty the nightstand from the mess that is consuming it.

Keep only those things on and inside your night-stand that you would need at night before sleep or while you are lying in bed. Things such as a book you are reading, a pair of socks, night-serum, and moisturizer should be taking up space inside the night-stand drawers.

A lamp on the nightstand will be a practical addition if you don’t already have one. To embellish it, you can also add a wooden box for putting jewelry or a picture frame with the pictures of loved ones or a quote that motivates you. 

Written by Tracy Ramirez
8 months ago

Put your Washed Clothes Directly in the Drawers

Clothes are probably the most noticeable clutter you will find in a room. If you are lazy when it comes to arranging the clothes in your closet and dresser, when you bring the clothes into your room, arrange them in the drawer right away. If you threw the clothes on the chair thinking I’ll do it when I’m free, they will probably be lying there for a week. Take a moment to arrange the clothes in your drawer and everything will stay in its place. No more clothes crawling in the room!Put your Washed Clothes Directly in the Drawers

Written by Miguel Roberson
1 year ago

Have a place for dirty clothes

Keep a hamper for dirty clothes in the closet or near the closet. It will gather your clothes in one place instead of spilling all over the room and making it seem untidy. You can choose a basic hamper or a hamper that blends in with your décor for better effect.

Have a place for dirty clothes

Written by Warren Austin
2 weeks ago

Have Space for Things That Don't Belong Anywhere Else

We often have things at our house that we don’t have space for. Your room could be cluttered because you don’t know where to keep such things. We usually have no spot for hiding our laptop and other small items such as extra cables, cello tape, electrical extensions, and staplers. These are the homeless items in our rooms, probably lying around after one use. Dedicate a draw in your dresser or a box in the closet for such items.

Have Space for Things That Don't Belong Anywhere Else

Written by Carey Mills
3 days ago

Utilize the Under-Bed Space

Under-bed space can be used in so many ways. To hide the dirty clothes, extra sheets, shoes, and bags that you don’t have space for. Find large baskets that you can fit below your bed and stock all the clutter in these baskets. Make sure to organize the baskets from time to time to keep your room organized.

Written by Ramona Terry
2 months ago

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