Tips No. 150. Declutter your bedroom – surplus furniture.Is your bedroom jammed with furniture? Having too many chairs, tables, dressers, and other things makes the bedroom appear smaller.a. Get rid of surplus furniture and you’ll get more space for you. Think about what you can sell or donate. You can sell them at garage sale or you can give them away. You should use only the pieces that are necessary for your bedroom to function. Remember – less is more!b. Clean your room thoroughly.c. The way you arrange furniture can make a big difference. Find a spot for each and every piece that makes the most sense to you.d. Add a new decoration, maybe a picture. Enjoy your new bedroom.
Tips No. 248. Add glam with narrow shelves.Add style and glamour to your home with narrow shelves. They are perfect for easy access to the things you use every day in your living room. Remember – any unused space is a great spot for storage space! Don't neglect the corners because they are the perfect place for those shelves. Small narrow shelves will provide you with just enough space for your everyday items, as well as beautiful display space for your collectables.
Tips No. 291. How to combat book clutter?Decluttering kids’ books can be a challenging task, but with the right plan you will get them well organized.Bring all books together.Toss or donate. Toss everything you no longer use. Get rid of damaged books. Consider donating books that children will never read.Keep. Keep current reference books and books of great financial value. Keep books of great sentimental value, too.Sort and organize. Designate a spot in kids’ room for their books. Invest in a good bookshelf because the number of books will increase over the years. You can sort books in a manner that is logical to you. You can alphabetize kids’ books to make them easier to find desired books.