Looking for bedroom organizing ideas to maintain order? You found them!
Do these 3 little bedroom organizing ideas daily, and your master bedroom will remain a sleeping sanctuary instead of a cluttered nest.
I know you've heard this one before, so let's get on it!
First, making your bed does set a nice tone for the day.
Second, if you can make your bed then it also means that there isn't a bunch of crap all over it. Knowing that you're going to make your bed every morning will deter you from the temptations of dumping a bunch of stuff on it.
Third, if you don't know how to make your bed or you're procrastinating about doing it, then let's make it as simple as possible with these 2 tips.
Just like everything else in the house, all of your belongings need a designated spot. If you establish these designated spots, then putting your stuff away will be a cinch. I literally take 5 minutes in the morning to do this, and it makes all the difference in the world.
example, I pick up dirty clothes off the floor or dresser and put them
in the hamper. I return the television remote to it's spot on my
nightstand shelf (in the pretty turquoise tray next to the flashlight).
I put my pajamas back in the "not dirty yet" basket. Oh yeah. I got one of those. :) No judgments on the Stewie (from Family Guy) pajama pants. They're really comfortable!
There are designated spots for the iron, the ironing board, extra buttons, cuff links, collar stays, slippers, literally everything! Everything has a "home" in our bedroom or bedroom closet; otherwise it doesn't belong in our room, our house and/or our lives.
So...declare where an item will live, label it if you can (so you don't forget and so others know where this item goes) and put your sh!t away on the daily.
It's not the kitchen or the playroom or the office; it's your bedroom.
ANYTHING that doesn't belong in this room should be removed and put in it's designated "home." Doing this every morning will ensure that you can do this task in 10 minutes or less.
Even distributing items to their proper room will go a long way. For example, get dirty dishes to the kitchen. If you have a few more seconds, put them in the dishwasher.
Put toys back in the playroom or the proper kid's room. If you have a few more seconds, put the toys back in the trunk or the closet or the shelf.
Take books and papers back to the office or to your desk. If you have a few more seconds, file the papers or put the books back on the shelf.
This daily practice will keep your home neat, will teach family members organizing habits and will definitely brighten your day.