How to Declutter Your Home Without Sacrificing Your Comfort, Creativity, or Sanity
Look at your home as a whole. Would you call it cluttered? Could it be better organized? Spring cleaning is an old term for decluttering your home based on season, but cleaning and decluttering your home is never a bad idea. Plus, regardless of the feeling of dread that comes up when you think of cleaning your house, organizing your home will help you reach a place of supreme zen and comfort. It’ll make you love your home more.
In this article, we talk about a few things you can do to declutter your home without sacrificing your comfort, creativity, or sanity; the latter being most important, of course.
Use Available Space for Better Organized Everything
Every room in your home probably has its own clutter, but it also has available space that you aren’t using to the best of your abilities. Investing in something like a closet organizer design for your bedroom will enhance usable space in effective ways.
Keep, Donate, Toss
Get three boxes. One is for whatever you want to keep, another is your donations box, and the last is for anything you want to throw away. Go through each one, especially the bedroom and kitchen, to decide what you want to keep, donate, and toss.
Lighten the Walls for the Perception of More Space
You can add the perception of more space without knocking down walls or moving the furniture. Lighten the walls with neutral paint, like beige or eggshell white. This will draw eyes away from the room’s center, putting a focus on the room as a whole.
Decluttering your home should make you feel refreshed and more at peace with space in your house. Organization should equal happiness when it comes to how you feel about spending time at home.