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Tips for keeping your bedroom tidy

Date: September 25, 2023

Category: Inspiration

Tidying up is difficult to fit into your busy daily schedule. Especially if it refers to a room that is mainly used only for sleeping. At such times, we tend to throw everything away, and of course no one wants to tidy up the accumulated pile of clothes and the sea of ​​papers. You can prevent this outcome with the following tips!

1. Half an hour can do wonders

Set aside half an hour for yourself every week when you use a garbage bag to collect the trash, pack your things in their place, or even sort out the things you used a long time ago that you no longer need. Of course, you don’t have to throw everything away, it’s enough if you manage to create a free space for yourself. And don’t forget: you have to look under the bed too!

The longer you do it, the more routine tidying up at intervals will become.

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2. Why storage boxes when you can have a " storage bed "?

Why not combine the comfortable with the useful if you have the chance? For example, this Bed Frame HALD proves that there are indeed elegant solutions to saving space. With this, you can store all the things that you haven’t found an exact place for so far, so they were just under your feet as a distraction. 

If you want to stick with bedside storage, we recommend shelves. If you place them at the height of the bed, they serve as a perfect bedside “wardrobe”, and they don’t take up space on the floor either.

3. Enough of the clothes

Is your closet not big enough, so you prefer to store everything on the chair? You don’t need an expensive new wardrobe to solve this problem. All you have to do is invest in a GUDME clothes rail, so you can hang anything on it: whether it’s trousers, T-shirts or, of course, bags.

2 minutes of folding never hurt anyone...

…so it probably won’t work for you either. We know that at the end of the day you don’t want to pack your clothes to the middle of your back, but imagine how much you have to pack after a week or two! Fold your clothes, hang them up or put them in the laundry: you’re doing no one but yourself a favor.

Clean up every six months

Even if you don’t have enough furniture to throw something away every 6 months, there are still things that are no longer in use. It’s enough if you only think about torn socks or stretched T-shirts. And then here come the excuses: “It takes so much time!”. You know why? Because presumably you haven’t thrown away useless items in years. If you repeat this every six months, it will definitely take less time.

Of course, you don’t have to throw everything away. Memories are always hard to get rid of…but they can also have an organized place. For example, if you collect old love letters and pictures, put them in a folder so they are not scattered around your dresser.

Of course, the situation is different with clothes. What if they suddenly come back into fashion? Or do you regret throwing it away, even though you know you’ll never wear it? The answer to the previous question is simple: don’t throw away your clothes. If the garment still suits you and is not in bad condition, feel free to keep it, because you are right, retro is already taking over. The solution for the latter is to sell, give away or donate.

Of course, you can do this with anything: shoes, bags, pants… don’t be sorry!

4. Many small laughs become one big disturbing laugh

You shouldn’t stop at your wardrobe: look around your dressers, shelves, bookcases. They can all hide forgotten items that just take up space. In light of this, of course, it is worth getting rid of them as well. Here too, there are different options: small children are always happy with old jewelry or used cars, so why not make them happy and kill two birds with one stone?

5. The final touch

When you feel like you’re done, look around again: “Is everything in place? Do I really need to keep everything?” If the answer is no, then unfortunately you still have some work to do. But if you schedule the tidying up, it won’t seem like much at all.