It’s one of those things that we put off to a later date, which very often doesn’t come. But experts say that the one room you should organise and declutter is the bedroom.
This makes sense, for your boudoir should be where you can take refuge in at the end of a long day. A chaotic bedroom can make you feel wired and tired whereas a clean and uncluttered room makes for an atmosphere of relaxation and most importantly, a happy home.
Fantastic Services CEO, Rune Sovndahl, is pretty much always on the go and thoroughly grasps how vital a good night’s rest can be for both our physical and psychological well-being. Our company is now the leading domestic services and home maintenance provider across the UK and Australia, and well, that couldn’t have been achieved had he been sleep deprived.
Rune recently shared a basic attack plan to ensure that your bedroom is the peaceful environment it was intended to be with the readers of Female First. With over 2 million visitors to its online magazine, we hope these simple solutions helped to make their personal space, a calming haven.
Out of the 8 tips, Rune gave to Female First, we feel that these are a good starting point.
Begin with a blank slate – the biggest clutter challenge for many of us is to take stock of the items we already have in our bedroom. A good practice would be to invite a friend over to help you clear the room of most, if not all furniture. You will be left with a blank canvas which you can fill with those selected pieces which enhance your retreat. Just don’t forget to give them deep clean before you pop them back in.
It’s time to whittle down your wardrobe – I know, I know! It’s painful and frustrating! You might want to call upon a trusted confidant and a large glass (or two) of Pinot Grigio to tackle this, but I promise you that the brutality and ruthlessness will pay dividends in the long-term. Once those clothes you no longer wear or hope to get back into one day are out of your closet and into the donation bins, you can then start to think about seasonal organisation and rotation.
You can pick up some more decluttering wisdom and daily ritual advice by reading the full article here.
If tackling this on you own seems too daunting, you can always reach out to us. We have cleaning and decluttering services to help you get back on track, prevent future build ups and keep your home healthy and tidy. Book online or download the app from iTunes or Google Play store.