Top 10 Fastest Ways to Organize Your
Bear Home For Sale
What a Mess!
Living rooms in homes probably receive the harshest treatment from any
other room in the house, save the kitchen.
This is where people who are visiting come to sit and talk.
This is where your children run and play while you are trying to watch
your favorite TV program. This may be where, in a smaller house, the diaper
for your baby may be kept.
Living rooms are where most spend
much of their time at home. Some
use it for a quiet place where friends can come to talk and they can read, and
others use it for recreation, to watch TV, listen to music or just about
anything else. But, there is one
thing that all living room share- living.
rooms get a lot of use on a daily basis. This
is why it is important to minimize the mess and clutter in these rooms where you
spend much of your time.
article will make a list of tips that you
can use to minimize the clutter in you living room and organize it so that it is
1.) Try to keep toys out of the living room.
If you are firm with this, it will assure that you keep it clutter
–free. (If you must keep the toys
in the living room, a wooden
toy box might be just the thing to keep a classy, yet organized look).
2.) Have a place for everything. If
you put things away in a regular spot, they are less likely to make your living
room a ‘catch all’ for stuff that is without a home.
3.) Do not use the living
room for dining. This will keep
glasses, plates and other dining utensils out of it.
4.) Do not overcrowd your living room. If
friends keep offering furniture, learn to say ‘no!’
Remember simple means less clutter and more space.
5.) No more projects done in the living room.
Puzzles, knitting and such are fine.
But, try not to build model airplanes, use a sewing machine and engage
other activities that may leave large items right in your way.
There are many ways you can maximize the use of your living room and
ensure that is livable.
6.) Rearrange your furniture. If
your loveseat sofa or couch is lopsided, then it may muss up the appearance.
7.) Don’t leave large space between the walls and the furniture.
This only minimizes your space and makes less room for enjoyment.
8.) Go with a theme. A theme often
introduces and aesthetic feel makes your room seem more enjoyable, such as,
classic, traditional, modern and so on.
9.) Hire an interior decorator. If
you have the means, allow a professional to come in and make your living space
the best it can be.
10.) Lastly, try some artwork. This
always seems to make a room more cheery and bright.
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