Charity shops are feeling the effect of all this new year’s decluttering, thanks to Marie Kondo’s book, Spark Joy, and subsequent Youtube articles, as we all rush to clean up our living spaces. However, the problem might just be an imbalance between the number of items and amount of storage space in your bedroom, so maybe it's time to sort through your belongings and get more storage solutions.
First, take some time to sort through your possessions and see what you want to hold on to. As a rule of thumb, if you can't remember why you've been holding on to something, or it doesn't stir any positive emotion, then it might be time to let it go. It's funny how much sentiment we place on clothes and other material items, but really be honest about what you truly want or need in your life and you and your room will feel much better! Make three piles: bin, donate, and keep.
Once your room is filled only with the things that serve a purpose (to ‘Spark Joy’, to inspire you, or to make your day-to-day life easier or more meaningful), it's time to reconsider existing storage solutions. Now that you know exactly what you want in your bedroom, you can re-imagine your haven and choose how you want to keep your belongings neatly tucked away
If you don't have enough storage space in your room, why not get a new wardrobe of shelves? A walk in wardrobe is the perfect hybrid of the two, giving your clothes enough space to breathe, your shoes room to line up, and other items like spare bedding and boxes of photographs a place to live. If you can't justify a new wardrobe, getting a cupboard or some shelving such as wardrobe shelving installed is a great way to keep your items in one place, and your bedroom clear of any mess.
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