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Of all the rooms in a home, a master bedroom should be a private and relaxing room. Occasionally, we have late nights where clothes don’t get put away or we just can’t decide what to wear in the morning and our bed becomes a closet. Moments like this make it really difficult to maintain a clean and organized bedroom.
It seems that in the amount of time that it takes to clean a bedroom, it takes less than half that amount of time to create a mess again. We’ve compiled a list of quick bedroom organizational tips that will keep your room clean for a longer period of time.
The first step to organizing a bedroom is to sort through clothing, decorations, shoes and anything else in a room that takes up extra space. Because we don’t always have time in a day to sort through all of our belongs, try keeping a large garbage bag in your closet where you can place unwanted items while you are getting dressed or cleaning your room that you can later donate.
Having cute or trendy decorations in a room can be fun, but they typically take up valuable space on shelves and desks. Try having shelves with a purpose. Install shelving and cabinets with organizational baskets or drawers where you can hide sessional items, random items and magazines.
If you are struggling to find space to store all of your items, you may want to consider purchasing furniture that doubles as storage. In these functional furniture finds, you can store your items while still maintaining your decor. Try using an ottoman with storage capabilities to store extra blankets, or a hope chest to store personal memorabilia.
One of the most common ways to organize a bedroom is by storing items under a bed. But why not take under-bed storage to the next level by using organizational bins that slide easily under your bed? You can also use the space under a bed to store luggage and larger items that don’t or won’t fit anywhere else.
Shoes are one of the most difficult items in a bedroom to keep organized. This could be because putting shoes on is typically the last thing we do before leaving our bedrooms when we are running out the door. A great way to ensure that our shoes are neatly organized is to place shoes on a shoe shelf or shoe rack instead of throwing shoes into a box or a bag.
Whether you are organizing your bedroom for the first time, or the millionth time, these bedroom organizational tips will help you keep your bedroom the most private and relaxing room in your home.
Guest post by Janae Harker, a content creator for Monkey Bars Wabash Valley, a company that specializes in garage storage systems in Marion. Janae enjoys photography, hiking and camping.