Tips On Tidying Your Room

We all want our bedrooms to look tidy and clean. No one wants to sleep in a messy room, but it can be hard to keep up with the mess. Here are some great tips on how to make sure your bedroom consistently looks tidy throughout the year:

Start With What You See First

If your clothes are piled on the floor, start there — and don’t stop until everything is folded or hung back up in its place! If there are drawers full of stuff (e.g., socks), open each drawer and put away every single thing inside before moving on to the next drawer or pile of stuff that needs attention. This may take longer than starting with everything simultaneously but it will save you from getting overwhelmed by the task and quitting before you’ve finished.

Make Your Bed First Thing In The Morning

It sounds simple, but making your bed every morning improves your life in ways you might not expect. It helps create a more polished look in any room. By removing wrinkles and creases from linens and blankets, you can instantly improve how tidy your bedroom appears. After all, you spend at least one-third of your life sleeping — why not make it as comfortable as possible? Making your bed gives you a sense of accomplishment that will carry over into other areas of life. It is also an excellent way to start off your day!

Keep Only What You Need And Use

Declutter and keep only what you need and use. This may seem obvious but many people have trouble letting go of things they no longer use or need. This can include clothes that don’t fit well or that no longer match their style; old shoes that don’t fit well or don’t match anything else in their wardrobe; books that no longer interest them; CDs or DVDs that they no longer watch; or magazines that haven’t been read for years. These items take up space in our bedrooms but do nothing for us except clutter up our lives! 

Use Hooks On The Back Of Doors

An easy way to keep your bedroom tidy is by using hooks on the back of doors. Hooks are great because they don't take up space and they can be used for anything from hanging clothes or towels to holding keys or bags. They're also really cheap, making them a great option for those who don't want to spend a lot of money on organizing their rooms.

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Consider Getting A Bed With Built-In Storage

If your bedroom is small or if you live in an apartment where space is at a premium, consider getting a bed with built-in storage instead of using a chest of drawers or other piece of furniture that takes up valuable floor space. Beds with built-in storage are often more expensive than other types of furniture, but they will help you save space by keeping things like extra blankets, extra pillows and other essentials out of sight until they're needed.

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Utilize Empty Wall Space With Shelves

Wall shelves are a great way to declutter your bedroom, because they allow you to create storage space without taking up floor space. Wall shelves are also great for storing things that aren't quite as important as the rest of your belongings. If you're short on floor space, wall shelves can be a good way to free up some room. They're also very versatile — they can be used in any room of your house (even if it's not technically a bedroom). You can use them to store books or DVDs, clothing or linens. They're easy to install yourself and won't cost much at all!

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Organise Your Dresser Drawers By Category

Think about jeans, shirts, underwear, socks and etc. so when you need something, you'll know exactly where to look for them (and this will help prevent missing items). You can also keep your drawers more organized by using dividers or separators between each category of clothing (like shirts, pants and undergarments). This way whenever you open a drawer, you will be able to see where exactly you've stored what.


In the end, taking 15 minutes to clean up your bedroom can have a positive impact on your health, your productivity, and even your self-confidence. If putting your bedroom in order has always been a daunting task to you, try attacking it piecemeal—tackle one area at a time. And if you find that you can't seem to find the motivation to clean up on your own, enlist a friend or family member for help. The benefits of having an organized bedroom might just outweigh the cost of their help!

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