After the frivolities of the festive season, New Year is a perfect time to hibernate and create a cosy clutter-free sleeping space.
Bedrooms should be calming retreats for relaxation but clutter can easily accumulate. Our bedrooms often end up becoming dumping grounds for laundry and other stuff we don’t want to see.
Put those long dark January evenings to good use by reorganising your bedroom, starting with a good clear out!
declutter your wardrobe
An organised wardrobe is key to getting up and out quickly in the mornings. Decluttering guru Marie Kondo suggests instead of deciding what to get rid of, focus on what pieces spark joy or are truly necessary. You can then Ebay or donate everything else.
Pack away out-of-season clothes and dispose of anything broken and beyond repair.
sort your bedside table
Your bedside table is usually the last thing you see before turning off the light. Therefore, for a harmonious space, keep this area as minimal as possible. Piles of discarded mugs/tissues/phone chargers can remind us of unfinished tasks create small areas of chaos. These can prevent us from switching off and getting a good sleep so keep this area clear!
Where space is an issue, I encourage clients to embrace multi-tasking storage furniture like footstools and blanket boxes. Any essential clutter can easily be stowed away out of sight.
Ottoman beds are also spacious storage options for spare bedding, summer clothing etc. keeping your room tidy and clutter-free.
I think there is something extremely cathartic and satisfying about decluttering at the start of the year. A disorganised home environment can sometimes feel a drain on your inner clarity.
Creating a serene peaceful sleeping environment and clearing away all that we no longer need can help make way for new and exciting opportunities coming our way.
Hey 2022, we’re organised & ready to go!
Contact me if you would like help refreshing your home in 2022!