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Clean up your Bedroom and Enjoy a Better Night’s Sleep

July 25, 2022 2:51 pm

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A tidy and well organised bedroom is one of the key ingredients for a good night’s sleep. It also makes things much easier to find when you are getting ready in the morning, and it stops clutter from building up in your room, as everything has a correct location. Here are some of the things that you can do to make your bedroom more organised…

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Get everything out – Usually, before something can be tidier, it needs to be a mess! Getting everything out where you can see it helps you to assess what you really have and what you might not want any longer. Items of clothing that you haven’t worn for ages can be given away or sold, and then it will be much easier to get to the things that you really want and to organise them well.

Have the Right Storage – Storage is important – you can be the most organised person ever, but if you don’t have the right storage, it is always going to feel like your bedroom is cluttered. Have a look at bedrooms like yours for storage ideas, and also consider the items that you need to store. Places like this fitted wardrobes Dorset based company, Lamco design are an ideal place to get an idea and some advice on what sort of storage would benefit you.

Declutter your Bedside Table – Bedside tables are magnets for clutter -books, mugs and jewellery taken off before bed can quickly pile up, leaving your bedside table looking crowded and disorganised. Have a good clear up and put everything in the right place, and bin any rubbish. Make sure that you clear the drawers as well as these are also an area that can get full of junk over time.

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Clean the Room – Dust can build up in a bedroom, and once you have cleared all of the clutter, you are going to want to clean it. This is helpful to avoid breathing difficulties too – if you already have these it is particularly important that you clean regularly. The bed and mattress should be cleaned regularly, as well as the carpets and the surfaces which all attract dust.

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